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but mostly it was just a story of me and the things I did.
After I wrote that book, so many people came up to me and they would say things like, "I wish you could tell us how you did this or you did that in your book.
, author of Look Me in the Eye, a book about growing up with Asperger's Syndrome and finding success, is interviewed by Health Central's Jeremy Shane.
Robison talks about his new book, Be Different, a guide for those with Asperger's, autism, and other disabilities to achieve success by discovering and building on unique skills while minimizing social disabilities.
These principles include: Keeping these principles in mind when you adapt these recommendations for your students, or when you develop your own techniques, will help to ensure their success.
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You just say in one paragraph, "I taught myself to do this and there it was." And I'm trying to do that, but I can't do it myself.
And then people would say things to me like, "my son can't tolerate flashing lights and I don't understand how you could work with rock and roll bands with all those lights." And I didn't know the answers right off but I thought real hard about all those questions and I decided that I should write a new book that showed through stories all of the ways in which autism has affected me, and showed how all of the facets of autism, as described in the DSM manual, manifest themselves in me, and what I did about it, and in some cases I built upon strengths and other cases I minimized a disability.
But since we can’t teleport, and some of us have trouble meeting new people, this book is the next best thing.
To M gives use the ability to recognize and understand the thoughts, intentions, beliefs and desires of others.