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A poem about the aftermath of trauma and living with Dissociative Identity Disorder.

Hand like shadow creeping up a wall
Hand like shadow creeping up a wall
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Our year of hell in middle school left a lasting impression, but one boy made the experience worth it.

Young blonde boy sitting on concrete stairs.
Young blonde boy sitting on concrete stairs.
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We share our experiences dealing with potentially dangerous people as autistic adults and the ways we keep safe.

person in black hoodie standing on a bridge at night looking at a large group if people from a distance.
person in black hoodie standing on a bridge at night looking at a large group if people from a distance.
Photo by Paul Garaizar on Unsplash


Vintage TV on a wooden table. Gray carpet underneath and a plaid striped background.
Vintage TV on a wooden table. Gray carpet underneath and a plaid striped background.
Photo by Ajeet Mestry on Unsplash


Two people sitting next to each other with hands clasped together.
Two people sitting next to each other with hands clasped together.
Photo by Priscilla Du Preez on Unsplash

We share our suggestions, as autistic adults, on effectively managing change through collaborative communication.

Group of people with laptops. One presenter pointing at multiple sticky notes on a wall.
Group of people with laptops. One presenter pointing at multiple sticky notes on a wall.
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A trip down memory lane to share the story of our best fur friend.

Photo by Nick Freiling on Unsplash


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pastel background with pen, artist palette, notebook and brush. questions mark with Is Trauma A Prerequisite For Creativity.
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Tas (they/them)

We are autistic members of the disability community and hold various mental health diagnoses. We are advocates for social justice, writers and scholars of life.

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