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    Amazing and insightful

    I absolutely loved this book. The title caught my attention when I saw it on BookBub. I have taught swimming on and off since I was a tenager. I have worked with enough kids to very simply recognize when someone is just different, even when parents haven't eluded to anything. I am not an expert by any means. Just a practiced observer. I was curious about Jennifer's take on the topic of autism and really wanted to know why she wasn't diagnosed til adulthood. I thought her story would be interesting. It was and is much much more! I was entertained as well as educated. I could go on for much longer praising this book and it's author but.....Just read it!
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    A Guide to Understanding Me

    My mom told me about Autism in Heels, calling it the "understanding Eric handbook" (I’m non-binary trans, assigned female, so this actually tracks), and she’s not wrong. While my own use of language around gender and autism versus Asperger’s may differ (I came into my own sense of being autistic and subsequent diagnosis after the DSM-V came out, and so had already conceived of "Asperger’s" as being an obsolete term while recognizing its importance to those who had been initially diagnosed under it), I found a lot of myself in this book. I recognized myself in these pages and would recommend it to anyone seeking to understand their autistic loved ones, especially girls, women, and those assigned female, like me.
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    A Must Read

    An insightful look at the Autism Spectrum and the unique experience of girls and women. A must read for parents, educators, those in healthcare, really for everyone who interacts with others!
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