This person suffers from Asperger's Syndrome. The book takes the reader from this person's childhood struggles with Asperger's all the way through her discovery of her disorder in herself and her daughter and her attempts to cope with the disease as an individual and parent.
After Liane Willey had finished her MA degree, she was fortunate enough to meet this person. This person does not have a speaking role in the book. He is only described by Liane in her own words. From what she tells us, he has been the most supportive and important person in her life.
Liane claims that she was lucky enough to have these people who were supportive and helped her develop despite her unusual challenges.
Liane has these people in her life, two of whom do not have Asperger's and so cannot share the...
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