Laura Aura feels feels frozen in her fear of being made the centre of attention by manager. She hates having her personal characteristic shared. Even worse is when she is brought to task by the someone who hasn’t invested in their learning about the staff they are responsible for.
She has tried to appease the individual by taking on extra unscheduled chores, hoping this will make up the shortfall.
She now realizes that the shortfall isn’t within her gift to give, as she is being criticized and appraised for the very thing that her diagnosis suggests is a weak spot.
So what is a girl supposed to do?
Find a strategy for her challenge?
Take it to an advocate?
Change her job?
How would you , the reader support her, if she found the courage to share her situation?
Meanwhile she is left with feelings of exhaustion and burnout.
“AUTISTIC BURNOUT IS REAL AND CAN BE VERY SERIOUS, it can be devastating! It affects autistic children’s education and leads to autistic adults being unable to work. The impact upon mental health is significant.
Parents, autistic adults and professionals working with autistic people need to understand autistic burnout.” Viv Dawes
“It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential to the eye”. Antoine de Saint-Exupery