How to develop self-confidence and belief

Posted by: alisrowe, December 26, 2018

People on the autistic spectrum are prone to suffering from low self esteem. This usually stems from childhood, where a child who does not fit in, such as someone who is autistic, is likely to be bullied. Many autistic people are really interesting individuals with useful and sometimes amazing skills. So how can we help someone who is autistic appreciate their uniqueness and skills and therefore become more confident and have a stronger belief in themselves?

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