Coping: A Survival Guide for People with Asperger Syndrome
- Driving is quite a bizarre skill to learn. How fast you pick
up driving often has nothing at all to do with your intelligence
in other things. Some real dimwits are still able to drive in as
few as five lessons whereas some really intelligent people can
need as many as fifty lessons.
- I myself went through sheer hell learning to drive. The most
difficult thing for me was planning in advance and thinking ahead.
I also had a very heavy telling-off from one of my driving
- Try to find a sensitive instructor if you can. Some driving
instructors can be opinionated, randy, impulsive or impatient.
- As already pointed out, try not to compare yourself with other
people. Other people might be exaggerating about how few lessons
they needed and might be lying when they say they passed first
- Slow progress is still progress.
Coping: A Survival Guide for People with Asperger
Getting the best from this
Looking on the bright side
Distortions of the truth
Humour and conflict
Sexually related problems and points about
Finding the right friends
Keeping a clean slate
Living away from home
Jobs and interviews
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