Many people with autism suffer from really low self esteem. We’re told we have a disability, that we’re broken, flawed, or weird. I wasn’t able to make significant progress in my life until I learned to drop this idea and embrace my autism. I had to start loving my autistic self.
Our friends and family play a significant role in helping us learn to love ourselves. I could never have achieved my success without amazing allies loving me and beliveing in me all the way through.
I am excited to share the ways I learned to love my autistic self, and teach practices that I do regularly to keep my self esteem high. And also teach allies what my friends and family have done that has worked (and not worked) to help get me there.
Open to all
$10 suggested donation (no one turned away)
Located at The OM Center at 5501 N. Lamar C123, on the East side of North Lamar just South of Koenig. It is in the same shopping complex as Titaya’s Thai Restaurant.
Questions? Contact: Joe Carr, 512-438-9597, firstname.lastname@example.org