An autistic person describes how she learned to think flexibly

Managing My “Inflexible Thinking”.

I found this article by a woman who is a speaker, writer, social worker, mother, and autistic fascinating! She describes how she has adapted to the “NT” (neurotypical) world. She works with her visual thinking style in a fabulously creative way, using layers, to be more flexible in accommodating change, something  that’s difficult for many autistic people to do.

Now she teaches others.

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About Mary Ann Reynolds

Blogging about body, mind, heart, spirit, and well-being at The Well: bodymindheartspirit. Offering bodywork and changework, specializing in Ashiatsu barefoot massage and craniosacral therapy. Also a former Truth Be Told board member now serving as a volunteer editor for the Truth Be Told Community blog, serving women behind and beyond bars.
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