Everyday techniques to strengthen empathy and connection in neurodiverse couples
Life with a partner whose neurotype is different than yours is filled with moments that are surprising, unique, and sometimes challenging. If one of you is on the Autism Spectrum and the other is neurotypical, this Aspergers books is a helpful and inclusive guide to understanding the nature of your relationship and navigating its particular obstacles-while keeping your love for each other at the center of everything.
Even though Aspergers is no longer an official diagnosis, many people-like you or your partner-may still fit the Aspergers profile and identify with the term. This book is designed with you in mind, featuring expert advice from relationship therapist Kate McNulty. Inside, you'll find engaging scenarios of couples experiencing similar challenges, combined with practical, evidenced-based solutions that address the needs and perspectives of both partners equally.
Love and Aspergers helps you:
- Work together-Find easy ways to improve communication, cultivate emotional and physical intimacy, and maintain a commitment to learning about each other.
- Appreciate your differences-Open a window into the inner world of your partner, and the ways in which their experiences differ from yours so you can convey your own perspective more effectively.
- Break through the stereotypes-Sort out myths and facts so you can understand neurotypical and neurodiverse thinking and make your life together as a couple more loving and more rewarding.
Deepen your relationship and your communication with an enlightening book on Aspergers and love.
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About the Author
KATE MCNULTY, LCSW, is based in Portland, Oregon, where she is a certified relationship therapist and trainer through the Gottman Institute of Seattle. She is also a certified sex therapist and supervisor with the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists. For more of her work, visit AutisticTherapist.com.