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Autistic People Don’t Lack Empathy

In fact, we’ve got more than enough

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(An audio version of this article is available via the Neurodiverging Podcast, here.)

I’m an autistic woman in my 30s. I’m introverted and a little awkward, but I do enjoy meeting new people and making new friends. However, I have this recurring experience in social settings…




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Neurodiverging | Danielle Sullivan

Neurodiverging | Danielle Sullivan

Autistic neurodiversity coach and parent of 2 neurodivergent kids living in Colorado. I run the Neurodiverging Podcast:

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