A Shoutout – @TheMillennialTwinMom

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Shoutout – @TheMillennialTwinMom

There was a time when it was thought by experts that the high-functioning autistic female didn’t exist.

I am here to tell you that is not the case. I am 38 years old, and I found out that I have Autism Spectrum Disorder last year.

My life has been hard, but my struggles were seemingly imaginary to the world around me, until recently. This discovery that I am Autistic came after both of my 2-year-old fraternal twin sons were diagnosed with severe Autism late in the Summer of 2016.

It was a confusing time. I did tons of research on Autism after the twins were diagnosed, but I was only focused on my boys. I wasn’t aware that Autism presents differently in boys and girls until mid-2017.

It was information that changed my life.

I recognized myself in the research I was doing about females with Autism.

The Mental Health Community had mislabeled me many things over the years, but Autism was never mentioned.

As a matter of fact, no one had ever mentioned Autism to me in any capacity until it was about my kids.

When I talked to my mental healthcare team about my concerns that I was Autistic, they pretty much disregarded me. It took a lot of searching to find someone to see me about an Autism Assessment for myself.

It wasn’t easy, but I am fairly persistent so in June of 2018 I was tested for Autism Spectrum Disorder. The results were conclusive that I do, indeed, have Autism.

It was upsetting in a way and relieving in another way.

I was finally able to focus on getting the proper help. I was soon to find out that there aren’t many women like myself.

Most of the professionals I have talked to in the Autism Community have rarely seen anyone like me.

This is frustrating, so I have made it my mission to advocate for women like me to help inform people of the gender differences in High-Functioning Autism, mainly because I have had little luck finding information out there with which I can relate that has current relevance.

I hope that this introductory insight into my world can help other women like me, and their families create an accepting environment where talents can be discovered and utilized.

I don’t claim to know everything, but I know what it is like to be me, and I am learning to accept it.

Not only am I becoming more comfortable with myself, but I am thriving as a mother, partner, and overall human.

Shoutout – @TheMillennialTwinMom

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