I have read a lot of books about Asperger's Syndrome (AS), trying to get some idea of what's happening to me. I've also been looking for ideas about the way other people have coped with it, to see if any of it helps me.
The greatest conclusion I've come to is that all Aspies are different. We all seem to react differently to having AS, we all seem to have different problems with it, we all seem to cope with the problems in different ways, we all seem to be so different that I sometimes wonder if we are all talking about the same thing!
One of the problems that I have with most books about AS is that they are highly personal accounts of one person's experience. Rarely do the writers include information about other people's experience to help broaden the reader's understanding. While this approach is, perhaps, understandable, it does, at t...