Why Autistics Emotions May Go Unrecognized

Young boy looking at his mother

Source: VeryWell

Anyone who knows someone with autism knows that — of course! — people with autism have feelings. Sometimes very strong feelings. Just like everyone else. People with autism can be happy, sad, excited, depressed, frustrated, or angry.But…The myth that “people with autism are emotionless” persists Why? There are a few reasons; some good and some — pretty silly.  For example: Read the rest of the story here.

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