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The Unwritten Rules of Social Relationships

The Unwritten Rules of Social Relationships 2014-05-07

Five star: the author knows the topic from the inside, articulates clearly and concisely, and provides summary examples that help distinguish inability to process what's going on from lookalike conditions, such as oppositional defiance. Ie, it is possible to be a jerk, separately and distinctly from being an aspie. Grandin will tell you how in "Act Three."
The answers to my social problems.
That's exactly ten rules. Why call it "include"?
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