Forming Myself in Their Image: A Tale of My Shoggoth

It often seemed like people around me didn’t have so much trouble learning what direction to grow in. They just knew how to become a human being. They knew when to say hello and goodbye, how to jump rope, ride bikes, what to talk about, and what to wear.

A woman with her hair in her face. Her eyes are closed.

Part 2: Autism and Empathy – Feedback

A multiple-part series on autism and empathy. An autistic woman and her mother are at odds. The way readers respond is what is remarkable about this series.

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