In this episode I share some of the things that have changed for the better in my own life since I was diagnosed autistic.
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This special Squarepeg miniseries celebrates the great things that start to happen in our lives when we discover in adulthood that we’re autistic.
Sarah Boon, an MA graduate and autism advocate from Surrey in the UK talks to me about being kinder to herself, setting good social boundaries, and finding a new purpose in life.
 Alyssa Washington: clarity on the physical side of autism, language for my emotional experiences, and validation
Coach, speaker and author Alyssa Washington talks to me about getting clarity on the physical components of her autism, finding language for her emotional experiences, and getting validation that she’s not broken or dysfunctional.
 Hannah Smith: better boundaries, getting more comfortable with my comfort zones, and dealing with change.
Business owner Hannah Smith talks to me about having better boundaries, getting more comfortable with comfort zones, and dealing with change.
 Stephanie Silvan: getting therapy, starting a mindfulness practice and figuring out what to do with my life
Animal behaviourist, linguist and biologist Stephanie Silvan talks to me about going to therapy, starting a mindfulness practice, and getting clear about what she wants to do with the rest of her life.
 Beth Rees: finding an explanation, questioning my BPD diagnosis, and learning from the autistic community
Mental health blogger Beth Rees talks to me about finding an explanation for ‘negative’ behaviours, questioning her BPD diagnosis, and learning more about herself from the autistic community.
 Audrey Mitchell: Meeting my needs with family and friends, dating again, and advocating for my daughter
Counsellor Audrey Mitchell talks to me about being able to verbalise her needs with her family and friends, advocating for her daughter, and what happened when she started dating again post-diagnosis.