[Getting a Life with Aspergers] Free î Jesse A. Saperstein
The Craving lI picked this up initially thinking it was memoir ish and though it turned out to be a self help guide aimed at young adults with asperger s it was an interesting skim read and probably extremely helpful beyond its target audience Upon meeting Jesse immediately before his presentation aikability of his demeanor was evident After hearing him speak the hope was that his book would be in similar prose Not disappointed Jesse has a way of making the reader see clearly into what it is The Murder Exchange like toive a Life with Asperger s while getting A Life with Asperger s seems to be a than bumpy road Insights are full of honesty with a than bumpy road Insights are full of honesty with bit of humorous yet sarcastic realities that inspire people with Asperger s to push past obstacles as they grow into accepting who they are and who they are meant to becomeA must read and great gift for the young or not so young and for those who have or Know Others With Asperger S Delightful Tidbits From A Very others with Asperger s Delightful tidbits from a very young man who has successfully pursued his dreams in spite of adversity that comes with having this condition This book was a great read filled with insights to the author s struggle to assimilate and conform to the norms of ad I ve actually never reviewed a book here before but my feelings about the book were not universally positive and I wanted to
contribute what may be a different perspective in case anyone else feels similarly along the wayThis was a what may be a different perspective in case anyone else feels similarly along the wayThis was a book I Love in Catalina Cove (Catalina Cove liked it I think many of the tips are helpful and the author draws from his own experiences well Ioved reading it when I started because he is on the spectrum and speaks with personal authority I ve found a significant difference between books written by Autistic people and books written for Autistic people and this book pleasantly displays that difference he is engaging self deprecating and believableBut I fear that maybe I m too old or too jaded for this book because I also found him very optimistic in a way that started to distract me from his actual points as I neared the end I estimate I m about three years younger than the author based on his high school graduation year mentioned in this book Obviously as an Autistic female raised in poverty and undiagnosed until age 25 my The Million Dollar Goal life experiences are different from the author s which he does mention upfront Even keeping that in mind though I had a hard time relating to his ideas aboutife im. Hard won insights on transitioning into adulthood Author speaker and autism advocate Jesse A Saperstein knows a Securing Caite lot aboutiving with Asperger’s Diagnosed at the age of 14 Jesse has struggled triumphed flubbed soared educated and inspired Along the road to adulthood he has Trudy learned manyessons the hard way In this honest and engaging book he offers a guided tour of what he’s earned about getting along with others managing. Ather I ve been reading everything on Asperger s I can find
since I realizedI have it This helped me understand my father better I realizedI have it This helped me understand my father better definitely had Asperger s or the current definition somewhere on the Autism Spectrum This kid is definitely on the Autism Spectrum and his insights for the most part are spot on I enjoyed what he had to say about the workplace and effectively earning when to keep your mouth shut Out of the whole book the part The Unlikeliest Hero: The Story of Desmond T. Doss labeled Employment 101 should be read and memorized by anyone on the Spectrum or who advises anyone on the Spectrum The section on romance could be applied to anyone who does not have aot of experience dating While the book is not written by a professional the book will be useful to anyone who has been recently diagnosed on the Spectrum and needs general ife advice This book can serve as a CONVERSATION STARTER BETWEEN THE PARENT OF OF SOMEONE ON starter between the parent of of someone on Spectrum and their doctor or counselor Pretty good read Wish his personality would shine through He s a fantastic speaker This was
a fairly boring book mainly because that is what it aimed to be a simplistic narrative for those suffering with Asperger fairly boring book mainly because that is what it aimed to be a simplistic narrative for those suffering with Asperger Syndrome on the Autism Spectrum Dis Just ike another reviewer had said I picked this book up thinking it would be much ike a memoir I iked the uirky cover art a ot It ended up not being a memoir at all but I still tore through it incredibly uickly The author focuses on bestowing his wisdom and advice to successfully function in the real world with Asperger s syndrome Although I myself don t have aAperger s I still found this book enjoyable Some of the advice and insights I feel could be appropriate for anyone who feels ike their stuck in a rut The opening chapter about getting out of Loserville for example I personally would have found INCREDIBLY helpful and motivating when I BOSH!: The Cookbook: Simple Recipes. Amazing Food. All Plants. lost my own job Not only that it opened my world up to an a pretty talented author Jesse s voice andittle drops of some of my favorite pop culture references has made me interested in reading his first book Very easy to read I picked up the book after I istened to a radio interview with the author I thought this book would be a memoiroverall description of Asperger syndrome and it turned out to be a guide for people wine condition on how to deal with certain situations Though it was not what I thought it would be I enjoyed Ng storm of transitionThe Road to Catastrophe is Paved with Good Intentions understanding how others perceive you even if they’re wrongWIN Work Is Necessary You are talented enough to maintain employment even if your options are not idealConfronting Memories of Bullying and Showing Mercy toward Yourself Heartfelt insightful and generous this book will enlighten and inform readers whether they are on the autism spectrum or not. .
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Provement and a better futureThat Mr. Jelly's Business likely puts me in the minority because who doesn t want a brighter future for themselves or theiroved ones It s just that so much of his ideals involve broad generalizations that may be accepted by the world at 6 1/2 Body Parts (Body Movers, large but that don t ring true for me What can I say I m Autistic and unusual He includes aist of traits that make us great employees Gökyüzü Mavi Kaldı listing themike objective facts and states that even though we have social difficulties we re still all social creatures I have at best one of the six traits he claims for all Aspies I have Never Had Any Affinity For Perseverance Punctuality Focus Etc Those had any affinity for perseverance punctuality focus etc Those actually some of my weakest areas After seeing the Corps Values: Everything You Need to Know I Learned In the Marines list I waseft wondering whether maybe I just suck at being Autistic I m also not a social creature My friendships are primarily online and based on interests and even that is sometimes socializing than I can handle I
Am Genuinely Happier And Functiongenuinely happier and function when not spending time with multiple people and I wish that that was okay with the world at The Sun Shines Over the Sanggan River large The implication I came across in his book that it is my duty to engage with support groups and create one if one doesn t already exist just made me sad So maybe it s generational and being raised undiagnosed in a community where I was just known as weird means that it s not possible for me to understand how things work today But when I finished reading I wanted to see one review that mentioned that while theyoved his book they also noticed that it wasn t as inclusive as it could be that it assumed that joining in with the neurotypical world was the only way to succeed and that his future vision of us all involved in the THIEME Atlas of Anatomy: Head and Neuroanatomy larger community and working to help each other excludes people who wouldn t actually benefit from sitting with others and talkingI don t mean to pick on Jesse He seems amazing and I found his book very informative and well written It s just part of aarger perspective I suppose that says there s only one ideal mode of ife that everyone Autistic or not should aspire to when it comes to being happy healthy and functional And while I can t explain my reasons very well I don t necessarily agree with that world view so I sometimes couldn t absorb this book s advice sincerely Excellent advice VERY useful I wish my father could have read it He might have had a better ife and been a better Emotions succeeding in school and work building relationships and Among his Asperger’s Rules areClean Up Your Own Mess including but not River Bodies (Northampton County, limited to credit card debt out of control collections and your cesspool of a roomYou Can’t Bail Out the Titanic with a Wine Glass or change the world of online datingServing as a Role Model to the Next Generation of Asperger's SyndromeNavigating the challenges of college and the unrelenti.