Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

My Autism and Obesity

A lifelong struggle

Photo by Christopher Williams on Unsplash

It’s a new year, and many after the holidays make the resolution to deal with their health or weight. For me, I have a slew of early doctor appointments where I get berated about my weight and told what to do, from exercise to diet.

It’s bad enough that for the last couple of years, we’ve been dealing with a pandemic that kills people who are overweight. And this is…




We don't talk enough about mental health.

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Seth Underwood

Seth Underwood

50+ autistic, undiagnosed dyslexic, sufferer of chronic migraines, writer of dark science fiction, player of Genshin Impact and Mike Pondsmith Fan. Race- Human.

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