About as honest/real as a book can get, and not loaded with professional terminology. Expansion of some chapters might be nice, but might also be better as a subsequent book.Published 8 months ago by domestic diva
This brief, succinct book explains Asperger Syndrome and has wise suggestions for those of us in significant relationships with those who have Asperger. Well worth the investment!Published 10 months ago by Melissa
The Aspergian male in the book was just too immature. As an Aspergian myself, I think he could have learned more, faster about others' expectations and protocols.Published 16 months ago by Angela
Easy read, with helpful real life examples. Could really relate to it.Very relevant.Covers just about everything and answers most questionsPublished 17 months ago by michele o'connell
Good insight, brings up many important issues,...and how to deal with them...quick read. Not every Aspie fits the mold tho.Published 18 months ago by ap
Adequate packing; prompt delivery.
I found the information well-presented and helpful.
Don't expect a panacea; it's simply a good book. Read more
The book started off good, it was like reading my husband's and my life story. It was good to know you're not alone, there are others out there going through the same struggles. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Watkins family
Highly recommend read for those whom unfortunately suffer such a illness. I understand my boyfriend so much more now and it has improved our relationship.Published on May 17, 2013 by Claire Hooper-Young
My girlfriend had trouble with another book on Asperger relationships because of past experiences and extreme viewpoints on verbal and emotional abuse. Read morePublished on May 11, 2013 by Glen Swingholm