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So you think you’re autistic: A workbook for the confused person who’s just trying to figure things out Paperback



If you’ve had thoughts that you (or perhaps a loved one) might be autistic, there is often no clear advice on what to do next.

It can be really hard to understand the diagnostic criteria and, more importantly, figure out how they might relate to you and your life.

This workbook is a way to work through all those swirling thoughts in your head in a guided and organised way, so you can figure out:

  • What are my autistic traits and how do they fit in with the diagnostic criteria for autism?
  • Have I been “masking” all this time?
  • Do I want (or need) a diagnosis?
  • How do I work through imposter syndrome or talk to others about this?


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