Outdated But Still Good Parts

PREFACE: I've known about my autism since age 38, but you have it your whole life. But if you don't study it for at least 10 hours, you don't even understand what it is. The Autism industry keeps changing aroud the names and ideas of causes, in the 14 years I've been reading and conversing about autism you have 6 different eras of terminaly and theory of what causes this or that. For that reason, outdated books can be a mixed bag, but sometimes you can relate so well to something written in them.

  1. Simon Baron-Cohen; July 1, 2003; "The Essential Difference: Male And Female Brains And The Truth About Autism", page 146. Quote ::: Another man with AS described his life in a very graphic way: 'Every day is like climbing Mount Everest in lead boots, covered in molasses. Every step in every part of my life is a struggle.' :::