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Pretending to Be Normal: Living With Asperger

Pretending to Be Normal: Living With Asperger's Syndrome by Liane Holliday Willey

Pretending to Be Normal: Living With Asperger's Syndrome



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Pretending to Be Normal: Living With Asperger's Syndrome Liane Holliday Willey ebook
Format: pdf
ISBN: 1853027499, 9781853027499
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Pub
Page: 176


Asperger's Syndrome and High-Functioning Autism - how do these diagnoses interact with the identification of a gifted child? 11 Reader comments join the discussion here! This book has gotten very good reviews, although I haven't read it. Written on February 1st, 2011 by Keesha Ewers in . But for some Clay Marzo: Just Add Water (NR): Have you ever loved something to the point that it becomes what you live for? Pretending to Be Normal: Living With Asperger's Syndrome Liane Holliday Willey http://www.amazon.com/Pretending-Be-Nor 853027499/. List of famous people with autism, Asperger Syndrome, autistic savants, and famous african americans who reportedly have autistic family members. Best-selling JKP author Liane Holliday Willey (Pretending to be Normal, Safety Skills for Asperger Women, and others) is credited with coining the term 'Aspie' to describe individuals with Asperger's Syndrome. Your Price: $11.90- Pretending to Be Normal: Living With Asperger's Syndrome. Big Save (35% OFF) OFF on famous medical books - Pretending to Be Normal: Living With Asperger's Syndrome.Lowest Price Guarantee.FREE with Super Saver Shipping. An illustrated guide to understanding metaphors (useful for Asperger kids) Wheeler--Toilet training for individuals with autism & related disorders. Pretending to Be Normal: Living With Asperger's Syndrome by Liane Holliday Willey and Tony Attwood. My parents were convinced that I was only making believe, pretending to fall apart in order to punish them for tearing me away from my hometown. Autobiography of a woman and her child diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome. Answer, but No Cure, for a Social Disorder That Isolates Many by Amy Harmon, New York Times (free subscription required): Pretending to be normal, even for a few hours, is mentally exhausting, many Aspies say. Because you said it yourself: tons and tons of completely normal people have done evil things, too. Author shares her daily struggles and challenges. Liane Holliday Willey, Ed.D., is an autism consultant, speaker, and author of books including Pretending to be Normal: Living with Asperger's Syndrome. As an adult with Asperger's syndrome who has been marginalized all her life, I feel very uncomfortable when anyone, even someone unsavory, is summarily written out of the human race. Asperger's Syndrome: Struggling to Be Next to Normal.