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  Asperger's Syndrome
Title Asperger Marriage, An
Author Gisela & Christopher Slater-Walker
Year Published 2002
ISBN 1-84310-017-7
Back Cover “Five years ago Chris was diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome. For Chris, this was an explanation of why he had always regarded himself as socially handicapped. For Gisela, it meant coming to terms with a marriage in which there would never be an intuitive understanding despite Chris’s good intentions.”
Our Review Readable. Thought provoking. Many Autistic sons may have undiagnosed autistic fathers. Recommended to me by one of the family support workers at Autism London. Jan LB. ©

Title Eating an Artichoke
Author Echo R Fling
Year Published 2000
ISBN 1-85302-711-1
Back Cover "[Echo's] biography of [her son] Jimmy will be a tribute to his courage and bravery and of great value to fellow parents and professionals who seek an understanding of Asperger Syndrome."
Our Review When I read this I kept saying “But how did she know?” She told her son’s story but it was my son’s story too, right down to the troubles with packed lunches and Thomas the Tank Engine. Wow! Jan LB. ©

Title Pretending to be Normal
Author Liane Holliday Willey
Year Published 1999
ISBN 1-85302-749-9
Back Cover "[This book] tells the story of a woman who, after years of self-doubt and self-denial, learned to embrace her Asperger's Syndrome traits with thanksgiving and joy."
Our Review Worth a read if you recognise your children’s difficulties in your own or other family members experiences. Jan LB. ©




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