Natalie,

Everything that you related was so powerfully stated that anyone who read this who has yet to get this will be slapped wide-awake to the fact that Autism does not live alone in a house of its own, as hidden behind the walls within the crawl space are the disorders misordered, each one so harshly affecting each other that we never know which is the perp, but it matters not because we still feel the hurt, all the while being stuck in the middle of the unanswerable riddle of not knowing whether the bad ways we feel are caused by Autism or its evil friends – The comorbid diagnoses .

And not ever knowing, in and of itself, makes us feel physically like crap and mentally drained, leaving us aimlessly roaming, while both at the same time not knowing enough or knowing too much enough.

Once again stuck in the middle of a randomly roaming Möbius maze that has neither an/or either, and/or either and/or neither a start and/or a beginning and/or an ending.

Yet, whichever or whatever it is or whichever or whatever it is not, make no mistake, it is a state of feeling far much worse than saying you "ain’t feeling all that great."

~ Keira

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Keira Fulton-Lees

Keira Fulton-Lees

Artfully Autistic Advocate for Autism, Writer, Editor, Artist, Musician, Owner of the Medium Publication: Artfully Autistic: https://medium.com/artfullyautistic