Advice to help Autistic people remove the mask
For an Autistic person, masking is often necessary to survive the non-autistic world. But, if like me, you’re experiencing burnout, it’s vital for your overall wellbeing that you look at ways to reduce it, or to stop it altogether.
By subscribing to The Unmasked Autistic, you get immediate access to my 25 free unmasking tips, helping you reduce debilitating outcomes that include:
- emotional meltdown, exhaustion, and fatigue due to the intense focus and thought processes required to mask effectively
- anxiety, stress, trauma, and depression
- loss of identity
- severe impacts to your self-esteem and self-worth