Autism-Asperger's & Sexuality: Puberty and Beyond
Many people on the spectrum never get "the talk" from their parents, and suffer from "information deficit." This book goes a long way toward filling in the gaps in their knowledge. It takes a candid look at aspects of sex and relationships as they apply to people on the autism spectrum:
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Good and practical solutions for the young students as they change and grow with life's challenges both in and out of the social peer pressures of puberty and development as young adults.
I've only read the opening intro to the first chapter, which gives deep consideration to the feelings, self-worth image and acceptance of those who are "different" than the "rest." Remembering how adolescent behavior in schools can affect any individual more inner directed than extroverted, it brings home the need for adult intervention, observation with a caring heart and eye.
Social or Sexual Relationships are not Created Overnight
Surviving the First Wave of Sexual Interest
What Should Parents Say and When Should They Say It?
The Best Way to Date Someone is to Be Yourself
Male and Female Advantages and Challenges in the Sexual Arena
Sensory Issues in Sex
When Desire Leads to a Bad Relationship
What Do Men Really Want?
Birth Control Disease Prevention and Personal Responsibility
Roads Less Traveled by and the Right to Travel Them
Rape Molestation and Abuse
What About the Late Bloomers?
Addendum Jerry Mary Interview
What Do Women Really Want?
Asperger's Syndrome and Sexuality: From Adolescence through Adulthood
Limited preview - 2005