I have just finished reading this, and found it very well written and what I felt as a "handbook for others on my life" in many places. I had borrowed it from the library but was taking so many photos of so many pages I have bought my own copy!
Has anyone else read this book? It really does seem to highlight how difficult it can be to spot ASD in females and just how well we cover it all up to the outside onlookers while often falling apart in various ways out of sight or on the inside.
It really does cover every major aspect of life from birth to old age and the main issues in each stage of life.
Basically I'd recommend it as a good book to read to help self understanding or to suggest another person reads to get a clearer picture of how your life experience may be different to theirs.
Sarah Hendrickx also has some excellent YouTube videos which I found helpful but be warned... it’s difficult to stop watching all the related ones in the sequence below hers!
Thanks! I consider myself forewarned and will make sure I have a large mug of tea with me :-)