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‘At 47, I discovered I am autistic – suddenly so many things made sense’ – The Guardian

Other people’s lives always seemed more effortless, but it took my daughter’s autism diagnosis to realise why

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Until last year I had no idea I was autistic. I knew I was different and I had always been told I was too sensitive. But I dont fit the dated Rain Man stereotype. Im a CEO, Im married, I have two children. Autism is often a hidden disability.
Other people made life seem easy and effortless while, before my diagnosis, I always operated with some level of confusion. I was able to achieve a lot and I used to attribute this to the strong work ethic I inherited from my dad but now I have no doubt th…

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