look me in the eye
my life with asperger's
by JOHN ELDER ROBINSON
His life changed at 40, when a therapist friend gave him a book on Asperger's. He accepted it, and it explained his life to him. Now he knew why he had difficulty relating to other's, communicating in way that people thought was "normal".
Robison has used his memoir to bring Asperger's syndrome to the public light. He has spoken at schools and universities across the country. Reading this book can help people understand Asperger's Syndrome and how people with this Syndrome have problems dealing with people in everyday situations.
Robison's KIss Band Laminate
HIs Band nickname was "Ampie"
look me in the eye: my life with asperger's
Robison's first book, and this memoir has brought new insight into Asperger's.
The guitar that Robison designed for Kiss