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How Getting My Autism Diagnosis Lifted the Clouds in My Head

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A lot of people get a cloud in their brain now and then, but I feel like I have a cloud in my brain every day. Sometimes it’s dark and grey, other times it’s white and fluffy, but it’s always there, muffling everything, filtering and distorting the information I receive from the world.

That’s not to say it’s a bad thing. Although the words “cloud” and “cloudy” are associated with depression and memory loss, clouds are neither inherently good nor bad.

They’re just there, in the sky, and in my head. My cloud is a part of me. If it wasn’t there, I wouldn’t know what to do with myself.

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