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28 Apr 2007, 1:02 am

"Asperger's and Girls" http://www.amazon.com/Aspergers-Girls-T ... 193256540X

It gives some very good advice about relationships, dealing with cliques, etc. and I could relate to it so much. I think its one of the most helpful books I've found so far (for me anyway)


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30 Apr 2007, 8:42 pm

Melody wrote:
"Asperger's and Girls"
It gives some very good advice about relationships, dealing with cliques, etc. and I could relate to it so much. I think its one of the most helpful books I've found so far (for me anyway)

Yes, I bought it several months ago & was pleased to see it addressed-since I'm female & dx'd. If only it were longer, though ! There needs to be a sequel that's 300 pages, not just 100.


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30 Apr 2007, 9:27 pm

I've always wanted to read an Asperger book on females.


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01 May 2007, 1:06 am

ghostgurl wrote:
I've always wanted to read an Asperger book on females.

There's "Women From Another Planet ?" (Jean Kearns Miller, editor), an anthology by several women dx'd w/ASD's. If you haven't come across it, perhaps it would be worth your while.


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