Invisible Illness
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Adult Diagnosis of Autism is Happening Every Day

Learn the signs so you can help guide others

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Over the past year, (like many others whose articles that I have read here) I learned that I am most likely on the spectrum. It explains why I struggled so much as a child and went completely inward. The world just felt too complex and difficult for me. I can empathize with the accounts of others that had a

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We don't talk enough about mental health.

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