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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…




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:

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