By Liane Holliday Willey
Liane Holliday Willey and one in all her daughters either have Asperger Syndrome. In * Asperger Syndrome within the Familyshe seems, with honesty, knowledge and humor, on the implications this has for her relatives, either the Aspie and the non-Aspie participants. via own vignettes, frank discussions and functional feedback for facing every thing from significant to minor Aspie demanding situations, Liane, her husband and their 3 daughters bravely open their domestic to their readers, inviting them to seem in the back of the curtains at their model of Aspie existence. not just does the e-book underscore the significance of mutual help and appreciate in an Aspie kin - in reality in any relations - it bargains useful support for households in related occasions. it is a wealthy and confident ebook that may converse to all these whose lives were tormented by Asperger Syndrome.
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For example, when we ask her to take notes on people in general, we find she typically records what they are wearing, what their jewelry looks like, what color their hair is and so forth. We encourage her to write those things down, for they are important to her, but we also prompt her to write down exactly what it is about these people and what they are doing that confuses her. We teach her to video record them in her own mind so that she can replay the sequence of events over and over until she begins to find a pattern or until we can help her figure one out.
I try to explain to her that it is perfectly acceptable and indeed expected for her to tell her parents everything and anything, painful, embarrassing, rude, or otherwise. I find that when she tells us everything, we can then take the opportunity to help her analyze which of those things are best to be kept from the public’s ears and which of those things it is best to share. I confess we are all still struggling with this issue, but to date we have decided on the following rules: ° When in doubt, think it, but don’t say it.
Create a few personae you can put on like you put on a coat. Consider yourself an actor who is able to become someone else for the benefit of the play. My favorite role is the comedic role. I like telling jokes and making people laugh. I also like playing the academic. It is easy for me to express my knowledge on subjects I have studied beforehand. Put another way, I try to mask my nervous tension by joking. I try to hide my worries by stating facts and obscure information. Find a persona you can rely on when you are too nervous to be yourself.
Asperger Syndrome in the Family Redefining Normal: Redefining Normal by Liane Holliday Willey