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What are ‘masking’ and ‘camouflaging’ in the context of autism and ADHD?

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Many autistic people and ADHD-ers report using “masking” and “camouflaging” in their lives. This is where people conceal certain traits and replace them with neurotypical ones to avoid being recognized as neurominorities.

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