I’ve Been Blogging for 1 Year – THANK YOU

Today, December 4, 2016 the AnonymouslyAutistic Blog turns 1!

When I started this blog a year ago I never would have guessed that it would have grown so much. I started writing after months of depression over the problems facing Autistic people all over the world.

I spent the first thirty years of my life misunderstood and now – thanks to all of my readers – I am finally spreading the truth.

To my readers – each and every one of you has inspired me to keep writing and keep sharing. Because of you the vast inner-world of my inner-voice has been set free.

I hope that some day the voice that comes out of my mouth is as strong as the voice that radiates from my keyboard but until then I am thankful for today and the accomplishments that it brings.


Until then, I am still yours.

Anonymously Autistic,




41 thoughts on “I’ve Been Blogging for 1 Year – THANK YOU”

  1. I’ve found blogging is a great “release” and, like you, a lot of what I write I’d never say face-to-face to someone for fear of judgment. Maybe one of these days I’ll speak it loudly too, but this medium is much less “menacing” so to speak due to the buffer.

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  2. Yay! Congratulations! This is an awesome accomplishment. So glad blogging has been so beneficial for you, because it certainly has been for lots of us, too! Keep it up!

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  3. Thank you so much for deciding to open up and share. Your thoughtfulness is so rewarding to so many who are swimming in confusion and inability to be grounded because of a previously unrecognized world especially for females. Now we can put our feet on the beach and walk forward with an every growing sense of security and comfort.

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  4. Keep those blogs coming. You are amazing to do this and writing is great therapy. I have been writing for 4 years and just started with WordPress in September and you found me and I am lucky that I did, Nice to know you and I can’t wait to see more.

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  5. No, thank you. Your information and viewpoint have been much appreciated, and needed.

    As someone on the spectrum, you’ve really given me hope that it’s not all lost. Thank you.

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