Aspie and Me

The Aspie and Me book is for you if you are a reader who loves to explore alternative ways of thinking and complex psychological thrillers.

It is for you if you want or need to understand what is it like to live with:
Asperger’s Syndrome; Autism; Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder; Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
Suicidal tendencies.
Panic or anxiety attacks.
Thinking differently to other people.
Deep communication challenges.
No understanding of the consequences of your actions.
A serious lack of confidence.
Daily lifestyle challenges.
Inherent sensory issues.
Amplified or multiple sensory awareness and emotions.

It is the story of a man who was groomed by a paedophile in his adolescence but who fought to survive his ordeal, without once emulating his evil mentor. The story expresses the fact that children and adults who are most likely to succumb to being victims are: those who think differently; are diagnosed on the Autism Spectrum; have the condition Alexithymia; or are yet to be diagnosed. It reveals the details of this adult’s ordeal, the life-changing burden it created and the methods he sought to overcome the many lifestyle challenges and issues he experienced.

This story will give hope to people with similar conditions or people who have been labelled with unnecessary and unwanted labels. Anyone who has faced any form of abuse will be able to learn what those life skills are to help themselves or other people overcome their life challenges. This book may help parents to learn modern tactics to ensure their children’s safety; know the signs to look for; and what to do about it.

The author believes his book will prove beneficial by not only helping the lives of other people with similar life challenges but also by informing acquaintances, employers, and friends about their condition. He hopes that parents, teachers, psychologists, the medical profession, police force, social services department staff and supportive institutions – who help people with emotional disorders and mental conditions – will be able to tap into the new Aspie and Me web platform which accompanies the book – to people develop life skills they might otherwise not be aware of. Here the author shows that having a relationship with an Aspie can be beyond your wildest dreams.

The following are things you can do here at www.AspieandMe.com

You can interact with the Aspie and Me story.

Read hundreds of comments that analyse incidents, situations. 

Look at alternative strategies.

Learn modern tactics to ensure your children’s safety.

Know the signs to look for and what to do about it.

The author also encourages readers to take a look at his earlier website which takes readers on a surreal journey into the heart of the creative mind. If you are reading this book as a neuro-typical (non-autistic), you may begin to resonate with some of the issues the story raises and perhaps think that you are not so neuro-typical after all?
The author’s underlying message in this story is that society should no longer tolerate any form of abuse – be it within families or from employers or any other organisations – as more people make public their stories.

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27 Sep 2017


By Laurence Mitchell
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