Asperger Syndrome and Long-term Relationships

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Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2002 - Education - 287 pages
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Ashley Stanford is married to a man with Asperger Syndrome, and her book provides the answers to many of the questions asked by the increasing number of people in that situation. She explains how behaviours that may have appeared odd - or even downright irritating - are the manifestation of AS, and shows how understanding can lead to greater tolerance, or to change. Stanford provides a wealth of strategies for living successfully with the more uncompromising aspects of AS, pointing out that AS also brings enormous strengths to a relationship, and emphasizing the value of understanding. Including many quotes from people in long-term AS relationships, the book describes many positive solutions that have worked for other couples.
  

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User Review  - NancyK.Peardon - LibraryThing

A valuable resource for those in AS/non-AS partnerships...This was the most helpful book in actually explaining to the reader what the DSM-IV-TR diagnostic criteria for adult AS actually translates to ... Read full review

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User Review  - Rosetta - Goodreads

I'd like to give it 3.5 stars ideally - it is a good book, and I appreciate how the author has set everything out in an orderly, almost clinical fashion, describing the different facets of aspie ... Read full review

Contents

FOREWORD BY LIANE HOLLIDAY WILLEY
13
One Day I Woke Up
21
The Full Realization
47
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About the author (2002)

Ashley Stanford has worked as a technical writer for 11 years and has published many technical guides, teacher guides, parent guides and children's activity books. Her husband and her two sons have Asperger Syndrome.

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