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Elusive Identity: The Autism Spectrum and Recreating a Sense of Identity (I've been there too Darl Book 2)

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This is a memoir about having an elusive self identity.

Sometimes Karletta mimics others, is a chameleon, and masks her feelings and Autism challenges. She has recreated her personality and identity a number of times, including living as a male, while experiencing Gender Dysphoria.

Get an insiders view of the joys and reasons for recreating an identity from scratch.

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Published December 1st 2017 by Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
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Karletta Abianac is a blogger, writer, and podcaster from Queensland, Australia.

As a teenager, she wrote and produced a street zine in Brisbane called Cookies Youth Magazine.

Karletta has long been a community activist; she did public speaking as a young person, in 2003, she received a Queensland Government Youth Up-Front Award for her "Volunteer Work and Commitment to Social Change", and publish
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