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When I Told My Girl Scout Troop About My Autism

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“Do you think this sounds right? Should I add or delete anything?” I asked while holding a notebook with the speech written out in my hand. “You don’t have to tell people just because you are researching more,”  my mom assured me. “Since this is making you extremely stressed, you can choose not to tell your Girl Scout Troop.

Also, you realize that the Girl Scout Troop leaders already know, right?” “No, I did not know that. Why did you tell them? I still want to tell them,” I insisted. “What time am I going to talk?

Where should I sit? Where is everyone else going to sit? What is an appropriate reaction? Is Kirsten, my twin sister, going to be OK?

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