Look Me in the Eye by John Elder Robison PDF Download

Look Me in the Eye by John Elder Robison PDF Download

By: John Elder Robison
Relase Date: 2007-09-25
Genre: Psychology, Health, Mind & Body

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“I think the author might be different from most of us but he is also smarter and more willing to spend the time learning what he doesn't know. I recommend this book for everyone. We can all learn how to be more accepting of others and look at what they can teach us.“

“What great insight into the mind, thoughts and behaviors of kids with Asperger's. It almost lost me in the middle, but I am very happy I stayed with it!“

“As someone who grew up with Aspergers, I knew I was different since forever. My mom recommended this book to me, and I'm glad I read it. Not only was it funny at times and interesting, but it showed me that I wasn't the only one with Aspergers. Really helped me understand myself more.“

“This book was well-written and offered an "insider's view" of what it's like to grow up with Aspergers. It's an easy read that offers insight into what it's like to be on the Autistic Spectrum. I would recommend this book for family, friends, and educators who might encounter a child or adult with ASD...it just might help you understand why the person says or does the things he/she does. Happy reading!“

“Having just discovered that my adult son has Aspergers I have been researching as much as I can. This book was fascinating and enlightening. I took notes and remembered my son's childhood behaviors that should have given me a clue that he was different in a way that has a name. I cry when I think I missed his diagnosis for 26 years. Thank you for giving me insight into this condition. It isn't bad or ugly. It is what it is. I can now look at my son with so much more compassion - I think I love him more now that I know how he's been suffering.“

“I am a mother of a nearly 10 year old son who seems destined for membership to the Aspergian clan. This is the first book I've read on the subject, and further clinical research is eminent, but I now feel a bit more prepared for what's to come. The thread of very dry humor (purely accidental I'm sure) allowed me to view the condition more as an experience than as a curse. Thank you John Elder.“

“Love his story“

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