Being a person with Hidden Disabilities can be challenging. Many people do not understand what they cannot see. They think that if someone looks neurotypical then they should "act" and "think" in a neurotypical way.Sarah's story of self-discovery gives a voice to the lived experience of someone with Hidden Disabilities. From learning about her diagnosis, to understanding who she is as an atypical person and finding her voice, she gives in depth insight beyond the clinical textbook understanding of her diagnoses. Her book explores the human experience behind the disorders.This book is an inspiration to other atypical children to go on their own journey of self-discovery and, for those who care for them, it is a story of hope and possibilities.