Aspergers Books I’ve Been Reading This Summer

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“To read a writer is for me not merely to get an idea of what he says, but to go off with him and travel in his company.” – Andre Gide Reading is one of my key ways to better serve people with Aspergers syndrome. It’s only by understanding Aspergers, reading books by Aspie authors, [...]

Can A Neurotypical Really Offer Aspergers Help?

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I’ve wrestled with this question.  I’m a professional therapist.  I’ve narrowed my target niche to include those on the autism spectrum.  But often, I wonder.  I’m not on the autism spectrum.  I don’t know exactly what it’s like to be on the spectrum. Have you wondered the same thing?  As a parent, a loved one, or [...]

Discover This Valuable Aspergers Career Advice

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What do an Olympian, a Navy SEAL, and a Rhodes scholar have in common? Each individual is committed to paying the price, accepting her/his limits and strengths, and taking personal responsibility for her/his results. Not many people are willing to train thousands of hours, move outside their comfort zone, give up many activities in order [...]

Famous People With Aspergers: Michael Burry

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“Aspergers came into my life when I was forty years old…as I have gotten older, I have come to appreciate how my differences have turned out to include gifts that have set me apart.”  John Elder Robison, Be Different Background and Career Michael Burry had a sense of being different as he grew up.  When [...]

Do You Recognize These Positive Aspergers Characteristics?

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It takes many different strands of vibrant color woven together to make a beautiful tapestry. The world needs a diversity of people. The world needs the positive characteristics aspergers brings to us.   Some members of Aspie Facebook Groups and from the forums of Wrong Planet shared what they most appreciate about the autism spectrum. [...]