The Relief of Diagnosis: Autism Spectrum Diagnosis in Adults

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08 Sep 2015, 1:18 pm

Wow, people are serious about the early-intervention thing. The Star of The Month on the home page was diagnosed "when he was born."

Assume nothing; question everything.

Social gender is a set of limitations and restrictions. Classifying looks, preferences, and behavior as masculine or feminine perpetuates these restrictions via gender roles and gender stereotypes.


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08 Sep 2015, 6:58 pm

Sethno wrote:
AspieUtah wrote: "The Relief of Diagnosis: Autism Spectrum Diagnosis in Adults" (February/April 2015) ... -in-adults

Would you please provide a full link to the webpage you copy and pasted from, not just the URL of the webSITE? I'd like to read the article...

And possibly try to contact the author.

The very last line of his post, is a link to the webpage.

White female; age 58; diagnosed Aspie.
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