Your Aspergeras Road Map: Advice for the New Aspie Adult Congratulations! Youare all grown up and graduated and now itas time to get out there and carve yourself a place in the world. But what if itas a world not necessarily made for you? Navigating adulthood is complicated for anyone, but it can be especially overwhelming for someone living with Aspergeras. Youare used to having things the way you want them, when you want them. Youare really into history, or art, or gamingabbut dating, small talk, or the workplace? Not so much. So what can you do? Fear not, dear Aspie! Let Aspergeras and Adulthood guide you through the waters of adulthood living with Aspergeras syndrome. Blythe Grossberg, best-selling author of Aspergeras Rules!, provides workable strategies for navigating the ins-and-outs of balancing Aspergeras with career goals, romance, and socializing. Learn step-by-step advice about leaving home or graduating from college, and discover the freedom of making your own wayaand thrivingain the world. With an estimated half a million Aspies set to enter the workforce within the next decade, your participation in the institution of adulthood is required, and itas totally possible to do it on your own terms. Get out on your own and make the spectrum work for you!Small talk should last about a minute and is a way to make a good connection with your interviewer. Question: I feel more comfortable working from home than in an office. How can I make this accommodation work? Answer: There are many anbsp;...
|Title||:||Asperger's and Adulthood: A Guide to Working, Loving, and Living With Asperger's Syndrome|
|Author||:||Blythe Grossberg, Psy.D|
|Publisher||:||Callisto Media Inc - 2015-09-23|