Life of an Aspie: Looking into Everyday Life with Aspergers Syndrome by Kerrin Maclean

A startling fact you may not be aware of, is that as many as 50% of people getting diagnosed with Aspergers Syndrome today may not have been diagnosed with the condition. This is a problem which Kerrin Maclean, who is embracing being an Autistic, in which has been identified and is passionate about rectifying. People…

A startling fact you may not be aware of, is that as many as 50% of people getting diagnosed with Aspergers Syndrome today may not have been diagnosed with the condition.

This is a problem which Kerrin Maclean, who is embracing being an Autistic, in which has been identified and is passionate about rectifying. People like Kerrin who has ASD do not suffer, it’s not an ailment it’s a neurodiverse need. We suffer from people’s judgements but not from ASD. And in her new book, Everyday life of an Aspie, she sets out to dispel the many myths which surround it while still acknowledging the facts.

She is able to describe, in painstaking detail, what it is like to grow up and live with AS while providing good advice for those not familiar with the condition and for those who have children who suffer from it.

The book also examines the links between AS, depression and anxiety and explores other issues which sufferers experience, such as panic attacks. It offers practical advice on how to cope with these problems, while also providing information into the treatments and therapies which are available.

Nothing is left out. There’s a chapter devoted to tips about dating and relationships with Aspie’s and an all-import section with information about support groups.

This book really is a must-read for all people who have AS, their families, friends and partners.
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About the Author

I’m Kerrin Maclean, who is embracing being an Autistic, in which I’m passionate about rectifying. People like myself who has Aspergers Syndrome do not suffer, it’s not an ailment it’s a neurodiverse need. We struggle from people’s judgements but not from Aspergers Syndrome. And in her new book, Everyday life of an Aspie, she sets out to dispel the many myths which surround it while still acknowledging the facts.

I’m able to describe, in painstaking detail, what it is like to grow up and live with Aspergers Syndrome while providing good advice for those not familiar with the condition and for those who have children who suffer from it.
The book also examines the links between Aspergers Syndrome, depression and anxiety and explores other issues which patients may experience, such as panic attacks. It offers practical advice on how to cope with these problems, while also providing information into the treatments and therapies which are available.

Nothing is left out. There’s a chapter devoted to tips about dating and relationships with Aspie’s and an all-import section with information about support groups.

I love to write almost anything when I have the time. I also have a YouTube channel to view if you would like to see more of what I do it’s:

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