Many autistic adult women find themselves learning they’re autistic and what that means on their own. Being the dogged sleuths many of us are, once we self-identify, we devour as many resources as we can get our hands on. Arguably the most vital of those are the self-reported experiences of the women who have walked the path before us. Cynthia Kim gives us her very personal narrative as her lantern to light your way.
In “I Think I Might Be Autistic: A Guide to Autism Spectrum Disorder Diagnosis and Self-Discovery for Adults”, Kim takes us along on the most important journey of her life. She shares how it felt for her as she learned of her Asperger’s Syndrome at the age of 42 and lets us in to her world including what it felt like when she first realized she might be autistic to what she learned about herself along the way. She also covers the common questions that arise after self-identification and offers practical insight into what you can expect.
If you’re just beginning to walk your path, let this book guide your way.
This title, like all items in The #AutLIfe Shop is a community pick.
Good to know:
- 110 pages.
- Available for Amazon Kindle.
Cynthia Kim is an #ActuallyAutistic author and blogger at Musings of an Aspie. Her book “Nerdy Shy and Socially Inappropriate” is also a community-recommended read. Kim is a contributor to Autistic Women & Nonbinary Network (AWN).: @aspiemusings
Author’s Site: musingsofanaspie.com