Neurotypicals: Listen to Our Words, Not Our Tone

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There are a few assumptions neurotypical people have when it comes to tone of voice when anyone talks. I'll clarify them here.

Talking Yourself Up in a Neurotypical World

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The difficulty of this task has real consequences for autistic people and contributes to our high unemployment rate, including autistic people with high educational backgrounds. We often undersell ourselves, but only because many neurotypical people have no problem embellishing their traits.