1 hr 27 min

LOVE ON THE SPECTRUM Life Uncut

    • Society & Culture

Happy Tuesday Lifers!
You all know that here at life uncut, we love love; and we also love Love on the Spectrum!
It’s the show where young adults on the autism spectrum navigate the unpredictable and complicated world of dating and relationships. Joining us today on the ep are: the wonderful Kassandra, who is one of the participants on Love on the Spectrum, as well as Jodi Rodgers who is a relationship expert with an extensive history working with people of mixed abilities. In this episode, it’s made clear to us that Love on the Spectrum isn’t a show for autistic people; it’s a show for neurotypical people to better understand how autistic people live and see the world a little differently.
Kassandra tells us how and when she was diagnosed, and how different it can be for boys and girls, & breaks down a lot of the misconceptions about autism.
We also talk about how it’s really hard to look forward to anything at the moment because of how easily it can all be whisked away, the lockdown and the woman who married a dolphin that *very sadly has passed away.
 
If you loved the episode please hit subscribe, 5 stars, leave a review and share the love, because, well, be love love x

Happy Tuesday Lifers!
You all know that here at life uncut, we love love; and we also love Love on the Spectrum!
It’s the show where young adults on the autism spectrum navigate the unpredictable and complicated world of dating and relationships. Joining us today on the ep are: the wonderful Kassandra, who is one of the participants on Love on the Spectrum, as well as Jodi Rodgers who is a relationship expert with an extensive history working with people of mixed abilities. In this episode, it’s made clear to us that Love on the Spectrum isn’t a show for autistic people; it’s a show for neurotypical people to better understand how autistic people live and see the world a little differently.
Kassandra tells us how and when she was diagnosed, and how different it can be for boys and girls, & breaks down a lot of the misconceptions about autism.
We also talk about how it’s really hard to look forward to anything at the moment because of how easily it can all be whisked away, the lockdown and the woman who married a dolphin that *very sadly has passed away.
 
If you loved the episode please hit subscribe, 5 stars, leave a review and share the love, because, well, be love love x

1 hr 27 min

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