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To the Young Girl with Aspergers Syndrome
Just yesterday morning, a dear friend of mine reached out to me. Her oldest daughter is an 18 year-old college student. She is also an amazing young lady on Autism Spectrum . Having grown so much in these past 4 years as a girl with Aspergers Syndrome she wrote a letter to her 14 year-old self.
She has allowed me to share it here for any young girl who feels different and needs this encouragement. What an honor and my privilege.
For the mom raising a neurodiverse young girl… please share this with your precious creative. Let’s celebrate the uniqueness of all of our children and allow our girls to thrive as the people God intends them to be.
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Dear 14-year-old me,
“This is something that could change someone’s life. There are people out there who need this message, and I have the God-given ability to give it to them. To have a character say something that will stick with a complete stranger and motivate them to make the world a better place.”
God has a Vital Purpose for You
Healing & Inspiration for the Young Girl With Aspergers
Break Down the Walls of Despair
Find Your Aspie Army
Your Older & More Confident Self,
Leigh is an 18 year-old Aspie warrior who’s also learning how ADHD, SPD, and anxiety can all be gifts. As a college freshman, she is preparing to accomplish her dream of publishing her first self-illustrated novel. She loves nothing more than helping others see how God celebrates their uniqueness.