To be honest, when I got this book, I was expecting a memoir. But while Philip does talk a bit about his own journey, the book is actually more of a compilation of stories about getting an adult diagnosis, one of the more important ones, in my opinion, being the importance of having a support network. We know all too well that services for adults on the spectrum are limited, and so the book is a good tool for anyone who just got or is thinking about getting an adult diagnosis to review so they can be better prepared.
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