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  • Writer's pictureDevyani Jadhav

The Dating Guide for Teenagers with Asperger Syndrome- Book Review

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Dating is difficult for everyone, but it can be especially overwhelming tor teens with Asperger Syndrome, who typically struggle with social issues. Written in a question-and-answer format, this much-needed resource offers insight into and practical advice on dating challenges. Special education teacher Jeannie Uhlenkamp tackles some of the specific issues facing teens with AS in a logical progression, from how to know if someone likes you and how to ask someone out, to actually dating someone and breaking up. Each topic is followed by Discussion Questions (to get conversation flowing between teens and parents/teachers) and a Main Idea (to succinctly wrap up the main point). Also included are special notes to define the more elusive vocabulary and concepts of today’s dating world.

Dating can be a confusing world and having Aspergers may make things a little bit more difficult; dating is already confusing as it is. Help your teens face the challenges of dating, breaking up, and coping with the tribulations of dating with this great book. It acts as a guide and soothes the transitions between emotions, boyfriends, girlfriends, and all other related topics.

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