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Also, Mark is a prolific author of articles and ebooks on the subject.I'm not offering a complete cure for ALL behavior problems, and I'm not trying to claim that every single thing that you'll ever need to help your teenager is in my e Book.Don’t go another day being a hostage in your own house. I can tell you from over 20 years of experience that bad Aspergers/HFA teen behavior does NOT change without an intervention like the one I'm giving you here.Inside My Aspergers Teen, you will get all the tools you need to improve your child's behavior. We just moved to a new state, kids started a new school, our dog died - lots of stress.My name is Saskia Lupin, I am 21, an aspiring actor from Brighton and I am autistic. As an autistic person, it can be really challenging trying to explain how it feels when things get too much.
School was a huge struggle of continually feeling misunderstood and my drama degree had some amazing highs but also some devastating lows, I struggled to manage my autism alongside social and academic pressures.
He still wants to get out of Alaska but at least we are having conversations about making realistic long term plans.
You were the only person that gave us sensible advice..psychologist and other mental health specialist were no help at all.
But if you are looking for rock solid and proven solutions to a whole bunch of parenting-problems associated with parenting an Aspergers or HFA teen, then I'm confident that you can benefit from my help.
You could (and may) spend the rest of the afternoon surfing and "researching" about teenage autism-related behavioral problems only to find that you've gained a wonderful knowledge of what many of the problems are without any real knowledge of what to do about them.
I have realized that I am doing the same thing with my daughter: being afraid to really discipline to not "hurt her feelings" and also making HER responsible for my feelings by yelling and screaming! And it seems the harder the parent tries, the more the teenager rebels.