Anxiety is one of the most common and most prevalent issues in autistic life. It affects every moment of our lives much more than it does non-autistic people because of how our brains are structured. Yet many of us haven’t learned what it is, how to identify it, or how to manage it.
In this guide to managing anxiety in an autistic life, Dubin gives well laid-out information and advice based on his formal studies, up-to-date research on stress management, and personal trial-and-error.
This guide includes sections on relationships, employment, and one on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), one of the most widely used coping strategies for people on the spectrum.
This title, like all items in The #AutLIfe Shop is a community pick.
Good to know:
- Forward by Dr. Valerie Gaus, author of an #AutLife top title Living Well on the Spectrum.
- 224 pages.
- The Amazon Kindle version syncs with the Audible audiobook.
Author’s Site: autismandthelaw.com