Lost in some discussions on Asperger’s is dialogue about the plus side of being on the spectrum.
So what kind of a life did this Aspie have growing up?
Yay for me. I have gone to yoga class for 20 straight weeks without needing a medical procedure.
I’m bragging, but I think this basic training memoir contains some of the funniest stuff I’ve ever written.
Why am I so happy these days? Let me count the ways.
It took courage to write about feeling alienated. You were the voice I didn’t have.
My Asperger’s gives me the willpower to get to the finish line of creative endeavors.
Deep down, I always believed that everything would work out if I tried hard enough.
Thoughts race through our crowded brains and, with no final filter, are unleashed in the same second.
I realize men and women on the autism spectrum have widely different strengths and weaknesses when it comes to athletics.
About Garret Mathews: Husband, grandfather, and newly minted Aspie.
It’s true what they say. You can go home again.
What activities, that you never engage in, would vault to the top of your to-do list?
Garret Mathews gives a peek into the “depths of his Aspie-ness.”
“I don’t want you to do your column anymore,” he says. “It’s over.”
It was like I had lost everything that had made me anybody.