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Have they Gone Nuts?: The Survival Guide to Social Interaction in Neurodiverse (Autistic- Neurotypical) Relationships
Dr. Bronwyn Maree Wilson | Foreword by Professor Tony Attwood
Lightning Source / Softcover / Jul 2022
9781922828200 (ISBN-10: 1922828203)
Anger (Self Help) / Autism Spectrum (Self Help)
price: $31.95 (may be subject to change)
288 pages
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In Have They Gone Nuts, Dr. Bronwyn Wilson explores the different approaches to interpersonal communication between people on the autism spectrum and neurotypical people and how their differences affect relationships. Drawing on first-hand accounts from 400 international research participants, this first book in a three-book set, is designed to be an informative journey behind the closed doors of people in neurodiverse relationships (i.e., relationships that include autistic people and neurotypical people). Intended to be used as a resource for neurodiverse families and couples, classroom educators, counsellors, therapists and researchers, the participants' narratives will provide a unique glimpse into their world and promote greater understanding of this population. The words and perspectives of both, adults on the autism spectrum and neurotypical adults, are interwoven together as we proceed through the different topics under investigation. Conveyed from the distinct position of each group of participants, their conversations illustrate the dynamic interplay that results from their respective communication differences and difficulties and the impacts that each face. Identifiable solutions and a model that illustrates this dynamic communication interplay are also presented.

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