To Share or Not To Share

Atypically Yours

Allowing your emotions to flow on paper in itself can be difficult at times and allowing them to be out there in the open for every one to see, is quite something else. I could have easily decided that I will share what I have learnt about the autism world without it being personal. It would have looked liked a well-researched article perhaps. The thing is, when I started learning about autism at the time we recieved the diagnosis, I got a lot of information but it was the blogs with first hand accounts and personal experiences that energised me.

Not to Share
The part of the world I come from, its not easy to share that your child or grandchild has developmental issues or has disabilities. The word autism is like a stigma that is best not uttered. Infact I almost sense that this is something people are ashamed…

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