The things that make me different make me, me.
This interview will leave an imprint on your heart and / or inspire you to action. Maybe this story is similar to your own, or you can think of someone that has lived their life with autism. Think about navigating your life...being different. Being unique and not completely understood. Maybe you are a parent of a child, or have an adult child with autism and have experienced this journey. Maybe you have a friend or family member that has autism. I always talk about opening your circles...becoming horseshoes, and allowing yourself to step outside your comfort zone and put fear and uncertainty aside. As an adult, living with Asperger's, Alex Fischetti, has done just that, and does it everyday. Hear his voice, his inspiring story of challenge, some difficult moments, but in the middle of it all lies opportunity.
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