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    read Pretending to be Normal Living with Asperger's Syndrome [Pdf Read] (Pretending to be Normal Living with Asperger's Syndrome) Over the past four years I've devoted a bit of time to study and research Asperger's Syndrome I realized I could relate to the traits and uirks and routines of others on the autism spectrum Yet it wasn't easy to get my di

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    Liane Holliday Willey á 9 read read & download Ê E-book, or Kindle E-pub á Liane Holliday Willey read Pretending to be Normal Living with Asperger's Syndrome This book was a uick read and a great insight into the world of Asperger's Syndrome Since I currently have a student with AS in my classroom it was very helpful for me to get a look into what might be going on inside her head and strategies for working effectively with her

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    read Pretending to be Normal Living with Asperger's Syndrome [Pdf Read] (Pretending to be Normal Living with Asperger's Syndrome) Willey has Asperger’s syndrome but never knew it until her daughter was diagnosed with it She knew she was different from most people and tha

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    [Pdf Read] (Pretending to be Normal Living with Asperger's Syndrome) 25 stars I really wanted to love this book but I didn't It was kind of interesting to read Willey's experience growing up as an undia

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    read & download Ê E-book, or Kindle E-pub á Liane Holliday Willey [Pdf Read] (Pretending to be Normal Living with Asperger's Syndrome) Good book A bit of light reading with some interesting thoughts The title was awesome Pretending to be Normal Ahhhseems like the perfect description of my life in general LOL Gosh when I think backWhen was I not pretending to be normal? LOLOne favorite uote Too often those with AS get lost in a world of discouragement and damaged self esteem and in that world there are few avenues for happiness I try at every opportunity I am given to show

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    read & download Ê E-book, or Kindle E-pub á Liane Holliday Willey Liane Holliday Willey á 9 read read Pretending to be Normal Living with Asperger's Syndrome This is a book about Asperger's syndrome penned by one suffering from it However the author's Asperger's syndrome was not diagnosed if it ever was until one of her own children received this diagnosisWhat shall I say? The author is exceedingly articulate and expresses in detail whatever she wants to say The boo

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    [Pdf Read] (Pretending to be Normal Living with Asperger's Syndrome) By giving this 4 stars I am not trying to pretend that I really liked this book but rather to express my respect for the effort and courage it took to write Certainly its heartening to know that actual progress has been made in iden

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    read & download Ê E-book, or Kindle E-pub á Liane Holliday Willey [Pdf Read] (Pretending to be Normal Living with Asperger's Syndrome) Liane Holliday Willey á 9 read I found this book to be very interesting though frustrating Unless I missed it Liane doesn't make it clear if sh

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    [Pdf Read] (Pretending to be Normal Living with Asperger's Syndrome) This book was written by a woman who was diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome as an adult after her daughter was diagnosed with the same condition It should be an essential on the reading list of someone who truly wants to understand Aspeger's Syndrome It may be useful to read books written by psychologists and exp

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    read & download Ê E-book, or Kindle E-pub á Liane Holliday Willey Liane Holliday Willey á 9 read read Pretending to be Normal Living with Asperger's Syndrome AmazingbecauseI recognized so many people in this book People everywhereI am recommending this book to EVERYONEespecially to those tha

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Pretending to be Normal Living with Asperger's Syndrome summary ß E-book, or Kindle E-pub read & download Ê E-book, or Kindle E-pub á Liane Holliday Willey Aits with thanksgiving and joy Chronicling her life from her earliest memories through her life as a university lecturer writer wife and mothe. This is a book about Asperger s syndrome penned by one suffering from it However the author s Asperger s syndrome was not diagnosed if it ever was until one of her own children received this diagnosisWhat shall I say The author is exceedingly articulate and expresses in detail whatever she wants to say The book was a bit too intense for me who apparently have many of the symptoms of AS as do practically all of the reviewers on this site She tells us about the problems she had in her childhood and later in life She is apparently extremely extrovert and has difficulty in refraining from immediately blurting out her opinions and indeed enjoys talking in front of a group Though I have seen elsewhere that some AS sufferers have the opposite problem and talk very little She doesn t mention this fact however and I feel that one of the minuses of the book is that it is so subjectiveWe are led to understand from the book that AS sufferers have difficulty in creating and keeping friends and on the whole in cooperating with others They generally do not feel a need to create strong relationships with others They have difficulty with social relations as a whole in knowing the right things to do and say Loud noises ans sharp lights are found disturbing this leading to a lack of desire to freuent public places or attend parties or events attracting a large number of peopleWhat I found remarkable was that the author did manage to create and retain some few good friends who have been of indispensable help to her I feel that she has been extremely blessed in this respect taking her handicap into consideration She has also found an understanding compatible partner and given birth to three childrenShe had difficulty in orienting herself for example finding her way about the university she attended or maneuvering shopping malls She likes rules and like me especially when I was younger has difficulty in understanding or accepting that when people say they will do certain things in a certain time frame they don t do themThis book has been an eye opener for me in that it has helped me to recognize my own Asperger characteristics and to show me that I am not alone with all this I now better understand the perfectionistic side to my nature and why I hate spelling mistakes and the like I also better understand my need to read everything in a book preferably skipping nothing though I did manage to skip a few of the appendices in this book which I didn t feel were relevant to meSome ualities of Aspies are that they are honest direct say it like it is and loyal friends if their friends can accept the fact that they are different and hold out Aspies don t necessarily lack empathy I certainly don t and theywe can be extremely helpful by natureI would diagnose Detective Monk in the popular TV series as being an extreme example of an Aspie though his OCD symptoms are those most generally recognizable He often has difficulty in being empathic or recognizing the needs of others but in the end he helps them anyway even at the risk of his life Of course he is a fictional character but must have been modelled on some real life personTo sum up this book is extremely useful for those of us who ourselves have AS characteristics and for those who need help to understand us Though it must be pointed out that all the characteristics of the author are not shared by all other Aspies

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Pretending to be Normal Living with Asperger's Syndrome

Pretending to be Normal Living with Asperger's Syndrome summary ß E-book, or Kindle E-pub read & download Ê E-book, or Kindle E-pub á Liane Holliday Willey R Liane Holliday Willey shares with insight and warmth the daily struggles and challenges that face many of those who have Asperger's Syndrome. This book was written by a woman who was diagnosed with Asperger s Syndrome as an adult after her daughter was diagnosed with the same condition It should be an essential on the reading list of someone who truly wants to understand Aspeger s Syndrome It may be useful to read books written by psychologists and experts on the topic but a study of the syndrome cannot be complete without looking at it through the eyes of a true expert one who actually has Asperger s Pretending to be Normal is very compelling and reads like a novel It illustrates first hand experiences of what it is like to struggle with the various aspects associated with the autism spectrum coping methods and misunderstandings

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Pretending to be Normal Living with Asperger's Syndrome summary ß E-book, or Kindle E-pub read & download Ê E-book, or Kindle E-pub á Liane Holliday Willey Pretending to be Normal tells the story of a woman who after years of self doubt and self denial learned to embrace her Asperger's syndrome tr. Willey has Asperger s syndrome but never knew it until her daughter was diagnosed with it She knew she was different from most people and that some things were harder for her but that was as far as it went She was a high achiever in school went through college and got her doctorate married and had children Asperger s did not stop her and now knowing why she is different her past makes sense to her This is her story of what life is like with Asperger sThis is a very short book shorter than any of the other books on living with Asperger s that I ve read and because of this there is a lack of detail about how she felt growing up and how she dealt with the challenges of not being neurotypical I almost had the feeling that she didn t really feel that her Asperger s was a big deal She has a very supportive family both by birth and by marriage and a few good friends and that helps a lot when dealing with any health challenge While her personal story is interesting the heart of the book are the appendices brief articles on how to make one s life easier when one has Asperger s Included are good ways to explain to the people around you how to decide which people to tell specific suggestions for getting through college with the various problems that come along with Asperger s employment issues keeping your home life in order how to deal with sensory perception problems and suggestions for the non Asperger s who care about someone on the spectrum This section is a short but packed full of useful information like a jewel box of hints Recommended for anyone with Asperger s and anyone with someone with it in their life

  • Paperback
  • 175
  • Pretending to be Normal Living with Asperger's Syndrome
  • Liane Holliday Willey
  • English
  • 13 September 2019
  • 9781853027499