Tracey Cohen, a lifelong competitive runner, freelance writer, and Returned Peace Corps Volunteer, was diagnosed with Asperger syndrome at the age of thirty-nine. Sharing her own struggles and discoveries, she aims to empower others to learn, accept and find peace in an ever complicated neurotypical world. She is also an experienced ultrarunner, and has competed in thousands of races around the world, including two Boston Marathons and two 100-mile competitions. Tracey has been running for over 30 years and seeks to share the simple pleasures of putting one foot in front of the other and beyond. Tracey lives in Farmington Hills, Michigan with her treasured Labrador Retriever, Bailey Kennedy.
Learn about Female Asperger syndrome from a woman diagnosed with Asperger's in her thirties. Six-Word Lessons on Female Asperger Syndrome gives you 100 honest, pointed lessons written by a woman with Asperger syndrome. The author illustrates little-known behavioral differences indicative of male and female Asperger syndrome, early signs for detection, coping strategies, diagnosis and more.