I am writing a book about my life. so, in later of this book, I will have to explain something and that's when people wronged me
How can I explain issue about this? the book about me growing up with high functioning Autism
My advice would be to write out the events, as you see them, and then try to add explanation where it is needed.
This is where having your friends read the manuscript would be helpful. they can point out the parts that they do not understand, and then you can add more explanation as you need it.
You might also consider using a ghost writer, who can act as a go-between. He or she might hear what you say, and listen to your explanations, and then put those things into words that will make sense to others.
It sounds as if you may have a very interesting book.
thank you, however I trying for the very best to make this Biography of my life to be postive.
it just so, happpen with people with Autism are consider to be freaks or just people who don't know any better.
I just saying.
thank you, however I trying for the very best to make this Biography
If it is written by yourself about yourself it is an Autobiography, but even so very few of such are written without the help of people who know you very well and can possibly recall things better that you can, or what you have forgotten., and no offence intended, it sounds as if you will need help with it.
of my life to be postive.
Even when it is not all positive? People prefer it warts and all because that's more realistic. But it's often the last page that can turn out positive in the end.
it just so, happpen with people with Autism are consider to be freaks
I do not know where you live but in most civilised countries that has not been the case for a long time.
or just people who don't know any better.
The people that matter and that can help do know better.
I just saying.
I would really dispute this claim, though >> "Autism certainly has become a well-recognized ailment in 2015; and as no surprise when the stunning facts report that 1 out of every 68 kids is living with some form of Autism."
Some things seem to be over-diagnosed nowadays, if not then the charities and specialists involved with such things would not have as much to do. I am just reading the '10 signs of ...' and it describes things never associated with Autism, some of which are normal.