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I May Never Find Out if I’m Autistic, or How Else to Explain My Brain

What I do know is I’m unique, and it fascinates me to know how other unique minds work

Photo by Sharon McCutcheon on Unsplash

Late last year, a new friend suggested I might be autistic, or neurodivergent. He himself did not find out that he was till he was an adult, thanks to folks on Instagram who spread awareness of our brain…

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The compassion diary of a recovering worrier. I reflect on my day and read about the world in hopes of loving everyone — in thought and in action. Here’s to all beings’ happiness!

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Phoenix Huber

Phoenix Huber

Trans girl. Beyond-human ally. I unite with members of my species for all sentient beings. Free hug: uberpath@gmail. Feed me: Ko-fi.com/phxhu

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