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This book has shown to be a valuable guide to couples living in a relationship when one or both are affected by Asperger Syndrome. The forward written by Dr Tony Attwood states:- Maxine Aston has explored the relationships of adults with Asperger syndrome as part of her academic research, as a qualified couple counsellor specializing in this area, and from her own personal relationship experience. She knows what she is talking about. She uses quotations and real examples to illustrate her points giving guidance to couples with a compassionate understanding of both perspectives.

Her insight is extraordinary and her positive attitude and strategies for successful relationships make this an essential guide for couples and counsellors. Asperger syndrome: A Guide for Parents and Professionals. The Complete Guide to Asperger's syndrome. London, Jessica Kingsley Publishers; Bentley, Katrin. London, Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

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Although this is a positive development and a real sign of how far so many have come, these relationships are not without their challenges for both the people with AS and also for their partners. Until now there have been few guidelines or resources for partners to help them understand some of the differences that they observe daily in their partners and to know how to respond to them. This book is an important step toward helping those partners to understand and live more comfortably and happily with their partners who have AS Readers trying to manage these relationships, those trying to help them, and others who just want to understand what it is like to be involved with these charming, but often challenging partners, will find the insights of the authors and the partners to be intriguing, thought provoking, and a remarkable learning experience.

This book is a must-read for anyone interested in intimate relationships involving individuals with AS. I wish my mother had been able to read it when she was a young non-spectrum woman married to my father, a much older Aspie.


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  7. It would have fundamentally changed her life - for the better. In fact, it is the lifeline this Aspie woman, married for 26 years to a man with many AS traits, absolutely needed to finally understand the complexities of our interpersonal dynamics.