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Troubleshooting relationships on the autism spectrum : a user's guide to resolving relationship problems

Author: Ashley Stanford
Publisher: London ; Philadelphia : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, [2013]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Don't you wish relationships came with a manual? This user's guide to relationships adopts a practical troubleshooting approach to resolving difficulties that will greatly appeal to the logical minds of individuals with Asperger syndrome, as well as offering useful guidance to their partners. It identifies problems and makes problems fixable.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ashley Stanford
ISBN: 9781849059510 1849059519
OCLC Number: 833918676
Description: 288 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Preface --
Part one: Troubleshooting process. (1. Foundational principles of troubleshooting ; 2. Why troubleshooting works: top ten reasons ; 3. Troubleshooting process: identify, test, evaluate) --
Part two: Beginning with correct assumptions. (4. Fixing the problem versus fixing each other ; 5. Nearly any problem can be resolved when it is small ; 6. Using binary thinking to your benefit ; 7. Assumptions: how to be a partner (not a parent) ; 8. Troubleshooting mindblindness: the universe is us) --
Part three: Troubleshooting everyday problems. (9. Troubleshooting communication: meta-discussions ; 10. Troubleshooting executive function: planning and scheduling ; 12. Troubleshooting perfection, aiming for imperfection, and making your life lighter ; 13. Troubleshooting personal attachment style: anxious, avoidant, or secure attachment ; 14. Troubleshooting reciprocity: tips and tricks to create support, appreciation, and respect in your relationship) Part four: Troubleshooting big problems. (15. Troubleshooting blame and avoidnace --
16. Troubleshooting mongamy and faithfulness ; 17. Troubleshooting existence together: inside the home ; 18. Troubleshooting in the wild: outside the home ; 19. Troubleshooting obsessions and priorities: choosing what you do with your time ; 20. Troubleshooting with children: when a couple becomes a family ; 21. Troubleshooting meltdowns ; 22. Troubleshooting complaints) --
Part five. (23. Rebooting ; 24. When troubleshooting does not work: other problem-solving methodologies ; 25. Troubleshooting whether to stay or go: the decision process ; 26. When it works: identifying and celebrating improvements) --
Appendix A: How to love --
Appendix B: Signals of love --
C: Test for codependency in ASD-linked relationships.
Responsibility: Ashley Stanford.

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An excellent reference for any who would handle the dual challenges of a relationship and autism. -- Midwest Book Review "Too many variables", Ashley Stanford's husband declares about relationships Read more...

 
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