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Aspergers At Home

Daniel Smith

Copyright 2011 by Daniel M Smith

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Autism at home.


First of all, thanks for buying this book! It means a great deal to me that someone has, because I’m now helping someone other than myself through what is going to be one of their toughest times in life. Before I kick off into the main part of this book I feel that I should explain how this book works, and one or two other things to!

How this book works. This book works like any other book out there, but with one big difference. Most books out there do all the thinking for the reader, telling them exactly what to do to get a 100% bonified result; this book however, doesn't do that. From my experience of self help books I find it frustrating when someone says “this is going to work if you dance around a stream whilst naked singing row, row, row your boat”, because half the time it doesn't work anyway! So, this book is aimed to do something else, not to show you exactly what to do to get a 100% guaranteed result, but for you to read what’s written here, then take what I’ve said, and adapt it to what works for you. This requires you to think on your feet a little, but because I’m not giving you the easy way out of things it means that you’re going to be more capable of withstanding the trials of life. Another thing that I wanted talk about is that you will notice that this book is written in “first person”. I wrote the book in this way for two reasons, one is that it’s easier to write (for me at least) if I’m directly addressing someone, which, In this case, is you! The second reason for this is because most people with autism find it easier to take in information if someone is directly talking to them, so that’s what I’ve tried to do here.

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