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Coping With COVID-19 Pandemic Stress When You're Autistic

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As we pass one year since the COVID-19 pandemic began, I have to say it’s been incredible how much progress we’ve made. We’ve been able to keep up with our jobs, schools and lives as best as we can through virtual and safe face-to-face interactions, and there are three vaccines available to a select group of people with availability for everyone by the summer.

Through these uncertain times, I, along with many other autistic (and non-autistic) individuals, have had issues with anxiety.

Most of my anxiety has had to do with not finding work in the scarce market, as well as not having exciting plans to look forward to every day.

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