Atypical Life With Aspergers In 20 13 Chapters -

atypical life with asperger s in 20 1 3 chapters - the poignant funny and truly unique observations of a young writer diagnosed with asperger s syndrome please be forewarned that you are about to read the observations and life lessons of someone who entertains himself by farting in public and conversing in gibberish with his cats, life with aspergers are aspies capable of love - nachtus01 said it is 100 absolutely possible for an aspie to find love i am 36 years old and have been married now for 13 year we ve actually been together for 15 years altogether though, getting a life with asperger s lessons learned on the - getting a life with asperger s lessons learned on the bumpy road to adulthood jesse a saperstein on amazon com free shipping on qualifying offers hard won insights on transitioning into adulthood author speaker and autism advocate jesse a saperstein knows a lot about living with asperger s diagnosed at the age of 14, all disorders national institute of neurological - national institute of neurological disorders and stroke disorders search disorders, full listing of books on autism - about this list these entries are from e mail online book lists and the bibliographies included in books and papers this will always be a work in progress in that i am constantly adding to it and correcting it, topic gaming articles on engadget - gaming articles stories news and information a newsletter a day keeps the fomo at bay just enter your email and we ll take care of the rest, the problem with high iq dr jonathan reed - very interesting points dr reed it s about time someone seriously explored the disabilities inherent in high iq in a way they re far worse to deal with than those which come along with low iq because those with high iq are invariably assumed to be blessed and with the wherewithal to sort themselves out, is autism an epidemic or are we just noticing more - emily willingham twitter google blog is a science writer and compulsive biologist whose work has appeared at slate grist scientific american guest blog and double x science among others, hatred and anger for your therapist after psychotherapy - totally agree i had exactly the same experience sadly there are a lot of angry and misguided therapists that overly obsess over childhood and ruin people s lives by decommissioning the adult ego state in people leaving them regressed confused and full of life threatening hatred