Imposter Syndrome Never Ends For Late-Identified Autistics

The battle to be believed, validated and supported is ongoing

Jae L

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Photo by Alek Kalinowski on Unsplash

Long before we find the language to explain it, the life of an autistic person is defined by a state of being on the outer.

Sometimes we manage to pull it off — we learn the script, walk the walk and try and do what is expected of us. But…

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Jae L

Queer, neurodivergent and in the business of defying expectations. Doing my best to answer the questions I keep asking myself. diverge999@gmail.com