By Brenda Boyd
Individuals with Asperger Syndrome have many features which are often visible in a unfavourable mild. Brenda Boyd exhibits that for each attribute of AS that may be checked out negatively, there are numerous good points that may be drawn on and built. Discussing AS ordinarily phrases, she talks during the the explanation why individuals with AS technique lifestyles within the method they do, and what a huge contribution they make to the realm. She then explores varied features of AS; whereas she recognizes the adverse notion such a lot of humans have of those features, she issues out the massive variety of merits to the Aspergers state of mind for people with AS, these round them and society as an entire. for each adverse, Boyd proves there are various extra positives. From their fresh honesty to their originality and capability to turn into leaders instead of fans, individuals with AS have many admirable character characteristics that are supposed to be nurtured. This booklet indicates that through adjusting our perceptions of what's 'normal' and embracing variety, AS can't merely be understood and authorized, yet liked. Appreciating Asperger Syndrome is a party of AS which can be learn through people with AS, kin, and someone who understands or works professionally with people with AS.
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Extra info for Appreciating Asperger Syndrome: Looking at the Upside - with 300 Positive Points
O o Humour is highly developed? o o Humour is poor or absent? o o Insensitive? o o Intelligent? o o In your face? o o Isolated? o o 46 THE BIG UMBRELLA Associated with AS Not associated with AS Lacking in common sense? o o Lacking in confidence? o o Lonely? o o Misfit? o o Naïve? o o Nervous? o o Over-confident? e. inappropriately so)? o o Over-sensitive? o o Rude? o o Self-effacing? o o Self-obsessed? o o Sensitive? o o Shy? o o Special needs? o o Talented? o o Talks too little? o o Talks too much?
You might have a vague impression that there was something about the Aspies that they had in common with each other. But you would probably find it hard to tie down exactly what that something was. And if you were to make out your own list of adjectives that describe the different Aspies, you might be surprised at how much variety it contained. ’ has to be the word ‘variety’. Another key word has to be ‘range’, and this is because there is such a wide range of people who come under what is known as the Asperger umbrella.
Why not? Perhaps it has just never occurred to you. But if you have, you are bound to have a certain fixed notion about what AS is, what the label means, and what it looks like, and you are not particularly keen on the idea of applying that label to yourself. You may not know much about AS, but maybe you have heard that it is a form of autism. That can be enough to put some people off. Even the word ‘autism’ carries negative connotations in many people’s eyes. For some people the word ‘autism’ can conjure up a picture of someone disabled and maybe a bit weird.
Appreciating Asperger Syndrome: Looking at the Upside - with 300 Positive Points by Brenda Boyd