'At 47, I discovered I am autistic — suddenly so many things made sense' | Curio

'At 47, I discovered I am autistic — suddenly so many things made sense'

7 mins | Oct 30, 2020

Autism is often a hidden disability. In this case, a daughter's diagnosis prompted her mother's. For Row, a CEO, a married woman and mother of two, other people's lives always seemed effortless, while she always "operated with some level of confusion." Year after year, she couldn't quite figure out why. Then, her daughter was diagnosed with autism, and consequently, so was she. in this personal piece for the Guardian, she shares her story — one that perhaps many could easily relate to.

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From The Guardian