The Slamming Door is a true story. In September of 2008, Clarisse N. Renard was asked to move in with her cousin-in-law, who had just been diagnosed with bone cancer...by his daughter, Berta. Find out how an Aspie who has learned social skills by rote, one who has earned respectable academic credentials but does not function well in many work environments, navigates a labyrinth of death, dying and loss, and how she copes with anxiety induced by travel and changes in her environment, and how she slowly, painstakingly comes to recognize the signs of hostility around her while making no apology for who she is. Read on to find out how an articulate and meticulous Aspie dealt with all of these problems and situations, and how she viewed it all. There is nothing wrong with those who are different. The problem is those who won't accept or respect them. The memoir includes photographs of points of interest in Manhattan, and other items of interest.I ended up walking down 23rdStreet past Madison Square Park to the Time- Warner company to get the necessary items. ... He was the one who waited on me and explained what he would give me to take home and how to set it up once he realized that I could do it all myself. ... He might have been in his midforties. it, plus two cable boxes, new remote controls, another box that was small and black andanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Slamming Door: Bone Cancer, Asperger's, and Loss|
|Author||:||Clarisse N. Renard|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2014-04-14|