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Posted April 17, 2013
I was hoping for something more scientific but increasingly the book is about the author's own personal experience with Asperger's. At times it's hard to tell what is her own personally whimpy/whinyness and what's her Asperger's. A lot of the chapters come off as insincere generalized female support statements, for example, trying to convince the reader that: periods are normal for women and nothing to be ashamed about (most readers will logically know this already). This book is not what I expected. It's not the worst book I've ever read though- might be more helpful for parents of newly diagnosed teen/tween girls.
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Posted May 19, 2013
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