Why Eye Contact Is So Distressing For People With Autism

When Xolie Morra Cogley greets clients at her dog grooming business in Seattle, she struggles to make eye contact, a common trait among people with autism. Once the customers leave, eye contact with the dogs is much easier ― and essential. 

Cogley, 37, who describes herself as an “autistic woman

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