My ASD presents itself in a lot of ways, enough to call it a myriad. It sometimes looks like quiet, it sometimes looks like frustration, sometimes looks like I am daydreaming in a way you can’t snap your fingers to call me from. A thousand ways I disappear when I’m overwhelmed, when there are plates spinning in my brain that you might not see, when I’m doing all I can to keep them going, to keep the floor free of shards and blood.
For your security, we need to re-authenticate you.
Click the link we sent to , or click here to log in.