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The Asperger Social Guide: How to Relate to Anyone in any Social Situation as an Adult with Asperger's Syndrome (Lucky Duck Books)
The Asperger Social Guide: How to Relate to Anyone in any Social Situation as an Adult with Asperger's Syndrome (Lucky Duck Books)
by Genevieve Edmonds
Edition: Paperback
Price: 22.99

11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars More than hope for the future, 5 Nov 2006
As with The Asperger Love Guide (check it out I strongly advise)this offers the sort of advice that Aspie adults need (not a load of psychobabble but real-life helpful and positive advice). It is a must-read for all interested in the are of autism and Asperger's- this is the way many Aspies I feel would like society to go (seeing AS as more than a disorder but a 'way of being' which is not easy to live with but not one many Aspies want to live without). This guide allows those with Asperger's and those without to get a good feeling about having AS and how the social world can accommodate the way of being usefully and respectfully. A must-read!
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The Asperger Love Guide: A Practical Guide for Adults with Asperger's Syndrome to Seeking, Establishing and Maintaining Successful Relationship: A ... Successful Relationships (Lucky Duck Books)
The Asperger Love Guide: A Practical Guide for Adults with Asperger's Syndrome to Seeking, Establishing and Maintaining Successful Relationship: A ... Successful Relationships (Lucky Duck Books)
by Genevieve Edmonds
Edition: Paperback
Price: 21.99

4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Positive and timely- couldn't put it down, 5 Nov 2006
With the Asperger world growing this sort of publication really sets a prescedent for the sort of advice and attitude Aspie adults need to surround themselves with. There are no answers to how Aspies can better live their lives in a non-Aspie dominated world and so this guide is not claiming to have the answers but is still looking on the bright side. What's more there is a series of three of these guides so check out The Asperger Social Guide and The Asperger Personal Guide as soon as possible by the same authors. Good on you.


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