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The Truth About Appearing 'High-Functioning' as a Neurodivergent Person

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I never experienced the grief process when I realized I might be neurodivergent. Nor were there any feelings related to a loss of “normalcy.” Instead, it was a feeling of belonging, relief in discovering an explanation for what I am going through; finally, I gained the ability to put into words the life I have always experienced.

I recently had a neurology visit and I asked the doctor about a neurological condition I experience in which both right and left eyes do not work together, called amblyopia.

He examined my eyes and proceeded to tell me that even as a trained professional, he never would have noticed that I had this condition.

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