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Looking back on the first two years after my AS diagnosis

"Almost everything in my life suddenly seem(e)d to appear in a completely different light, to make sense, to become logical in (a) way where before a mixture of confusion and helplessness was the predominant feeling:"

I've felt in many ways just like you. It's just really important that you yourself (not you you) understand that post diagnosis nothing really has changed. You're still you. You're autistic and that's just a description for something you've always been.

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