I need you to understand that while my condition may seem crippling to you, I actually have a pretty good lifeWhen you offered me the job, it seemed perfect. You said I blew the competition away and you wanted me to start as soon as possible. You beat my current pay and promised a family-style atmosphere where emphasis was on the “right personality”.As someone with autism, I wasn’t looking for special treatment. If anything, telling you about my condition has made my job worse. Now rather than being seen as “cutely eccentric” I am “the one with the developmental disability”. Continue reading…

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The Guardian