The Feeling's Unmutual: Growing Up With Asperger Syndrome (Undiagnosed)

The Feeling's Unmutual: Growing Up With Asperger Syndrome (Undiagnosed)Recently The Phrase Asperger Syndrome Became Part Of My Vocabulary It Explains All The Things My Psychologist Could Not Will HadcroftWhat Makes The Asperger Child Immerse Himself In Such Things As Doctor Who And The Incredible Hulk In This Honest And Entertaining Autobiographical Account, Will Hadcroft Links His Obsessive TV Series Fixations To Eventually Being Diagnosed With Asperger Syndrome He Describes Drawing Comfort From Identifying With Heroic Individuals Or Fictional Characters, And The Liberating Effect Of An Accurate Diagnosis For Someone Who Felt Out Of Place And Didn T Know WhyThis Original And Highly Readable Book Offers A Fresh Insight Into The Experience Of Feeling Unmutual , Or Misunderstood, And How This Can Result In Bullying At School And In The Workplace, Escalating Into Social Phobia, Paranoia And Obsessive Behaviour It Amply Illustrates Some Of The Subtle Expressions Of The Asperger Condition And Provides An Accessible Introduction To Those New To AS

I have been writing all my life, but have been a published author for ten years.My Anne Droyd series for children has a loyal following It tells the story of three young secondary school kids who become guardians of an android robot girl Anne Droyd and Century Lodge is the adventure where they discover her and smuggle her into school Anne Droyd and the House of Shadows is about their vacation

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  • Paperback
  • 236 pages
  • The Feeling's Unmutual: Growing Up With Asperger Syndrome (Undiagnosed)
  • Will Hadcroft
  • English
  • 03 October 2017
  • 9781843102649

10 thoughts on “The Feeling's Unmutual: Growing Up With Asperger Syndrome (Undiagnosed)

  1. says:

    Will Hadcroft chronicles his life s experience with undiagnosed Asperger syndrome Often, I felt anguished for his struggles, recognizing my own experiences while reading of his Hadcroft is an interesting mix He is logical, but religious I appreciate the way he subjects religious topics to rigourous reasoning I enjoyed reading of his love for Dr Who and how it helped him cope with the world around him that was very stressful to navigate each day.

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