Sarah Nannery

Quiet, Quirky, and Bright - A Woman on the Spectrum

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What to Say Next: Successful Communication in Work, Life and Love with Autism Spectrum Disorder

By Sarah and Larry Nannery

Tiller Press, Simon & Schuster (Mar 2021)

Larry and I hope to offer a communication guide for succeeding in a neurotypical world, while staying true to yourself.

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I'm blogging about Autism, communication, life, books, and being a woman on the spectrum. Come sit with me for a cup of tea and some quiet, quirky reading time.

ASD INSIDER

Read posts about what it's like to be an adult with Autism, from someone who has first-hand experience.

Childhood

What's it like to grow up with Autism? In these posts I share memories from my own childhood with ASD.

Myth

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Myths about Autism still abound - in these posts, I unpack some of them.

Interpersonal Communication

Communicating with ASD can be particularly difficult. These posts explore do's and don'ts.

parenting

What's it like to be an ASD parent of an ASD child? Read these posts to find out!

Resources

In these posts I share links and my thoughts about books, articles, and other useful     ASD resources.

In the News
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Sarah talks with Pat Miller about World Autism Month, and what it was like to discover her Autism.

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Larry and Sarah share insights for neurodiverse parents and couples with host Maggie Rodriguez.

Amity Addrisi talks with Sarah and Larry about Autism and what it means to be a neurodiverse couple.

 

Resources

Click through for my thoughts on Autism/Neurodiversity books, articles, videos, blogs, websites, and organizations that I have found along the way, including links to explore.

BOOK

ASD and Long-Term Relationships

by Ashley Stanford

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Bio
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Hi! I'm quiet, quirky, and bright. My name is Sarah Nannery. I'm a cis-gender woman, mother, and writer. I have suspected all my life, and now know, that I have Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Recently I have begun to explore this aspect of my life more deeply.

This website and blog are the public side of that exploration, where I am sharing my own experiences in the hope that others who are on a similar path will find resources and common ground. If there's something I can help you with, let me know!

 
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