What was your epiphany? how did you know/think you were ASD?

What led you seek diagnosis? 

Parents
  • It’s always sort of been there, but I started to think seriously about the possibility when I read ‘Odd girl out’ by Laura James, followed by Cynthia Kim’s ‘Nerdy, shy and socially inappropriate’.  I then had a couple of friends independently suggest that I was on the spectrum (including one who diagnosises children!): I then asked a group of very close friends and they also had their suspicions.  It was when my lovely mother in law said something about my niece (who is diagnosed) and I just thought “doesn’t everyone do that?!that I realised that it might be worth pursuing.

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