6 People Share The Hardest Part Of Autism

A parent writes

A self-advocate writes,

“The hardest part of autism is people asking everyone but those of us with autism what autism is like. If you really want to know what the hardest part of autism is I’d suggest you look up some of the blogs written by autistic people, because if all you do is listen to the neuro-typical people around us you won’t be any closer to understanding us.”

A parent writes,

“The hardest part of autism is when my daughter apologizes for her slow responses and other challenges she faces. It hurts to see her hurt for something she has no control over.”

A parent writes,

“The hardest part is not knowing what the future holds! I have spent 18 years advocating, cultivating, encouraging, researching. We have made a lot of progress. Yet, I still wonder… Will he attend college, go to senior prom, get married or have children?”

A self-advocate writes,

A parent writes,

“The hardest part of autism for me has nothing to do with my son, it has to do with #autismawareness. I personally would not change one thing about my son (except for the sleeping in part, he RARELY does).

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