Autism as Comedy

I’m one of those spectrum people who often laughs when others think I should be crying, and crying when others think I should be laughing.

BY John Michael Carley | April 2020 | Category: Autism Awareness

Autism as Comedy

I could make people laugh – I know that now. But not when I was trying to.

When used properly, humor is growth. True comedy cannot happen unless we are pulled out of our suffering, and can see how the bigger picture resonates – outside and not within the pain. Somehow, we finally see that laughing would feel really good, and everything after that revelatory moment feels different. 

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