No matter where you stand, education about something that touches the lives of one out of every sixty-eight people (or more) is important.
As a spectrum disorder, no two journeys are the same. The more stories the world hears, the better.
Share your journey or the story of someone you love whenever possible.
Awareness lead to acceptance.
To read more about autism, check out the different categories of my posts in the sidebar of my website, or start here.
Besides writing about autism-related topics on this blog from time to time, I wrote Corroded, which releases April 12, 2016. Corroded tells the story of neuro-typical Mary and Ben, who is on the higher functioning end of the autism spectrum. I hope the book will entertain, as well as enlighten people about living with–and loving someone with–autism.
Who do you love with autism?