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When David Finch was first diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome, his marriage was on the rocks, reduced in his own words, "to little more than delicate coexistence," so perhaps it is not surprising that he took the news as a partial explanation and even as a sign of hope. To improve his home life, the newly motivated husband began a notebook he called "The Journal of Best Practices," listing behaviors and new insights about getting along with people who didn't share his predisposition. In hardcover, his memoir drew praise as "funny, moving, and insightful." A word-of-mouth bestseller now in trade paperback and NOOK Book.