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Anyone who knows someone with autism knows that people with autism have feelings. Sometimes very strong feelings. Just like everyone else. People with autism can be happy, sad, excited, depressed, frustrated, or angry.But the myth that “people with autism are emotionless” persists. Why? There are a few reasons; some good and some—pretty silly. For example: Autistic people don’t always have the emotions that neurotypical people expect.

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Original Article Source Credits:Verywellhealth, https://www.verywellhealth.com

Article Written By: Lisa Jo Rudy

Original Article Posted on :May 31, 2019

Link to Original Article:https://www.verywellhealth.com/why-autistic-emotions-may-go-unrecognized-260602