I Pulled Away…

two peoples’ hands touching
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Once, long before I knew I belonged on the Asperger’s/autism spectrum, someone touched me as she walked by.

It was nothing big, at least not on the surface.

Many people on the autism spectrum have personal viewpoints about touch in which they tend to avoid or dislike it.

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An integrative medicine doctor on the autism spectrum who has survived a 20-year marriage to a controlling mastermind, now widowed, starting out all over again.

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