New book launched to help adults with Aspergerís understand and deal with their emotions
One of the negative aspects of Aspergers is a difficulty in understanding and dealing with emotions. Leslie Burby and Mark Blakey wrote and recently released a new book aimed at helping adults address issues such as anger, depression and anxiety.
The ability to understand and deal with oneís emotions is something that many of us struggle with, but for many adults living with Aspergerís Syndrome it is a chronic problem.
In response to a wide array of questions raised on the Aspergerís Test Site about how to deal with their emotions, Leslie Burby and Mark Blakey wrote and recently released a new book aimed at helping adults address these issues.
It is estimated that 27 million worldwide live with Aspergerís. One of the negative effects of living with the condition is the anxiety, depression and emotional imbalances that can occur with the condition. While anxiety and depression are not directly related to Aspergers,†65% of adults with the condition experience depression and anxiety as opposed to 15% of the general population.
The book entitled Emotional mastery for adults with Aspergers has been written to address many of the common issues that are experienced on a daily basis.These include: Stress, Anxiety, Depression, OCD, Anger management and empathy.The book gives a good explanation into the causes of these conditions as well as practical tips how to deal with them.
The book will be available for free download from Amazon.Com between the 10th and the 14th November.
For †questions or to schedule an interview about this press release please contact Mark Blakey at the Aspergers Test Site on +4401273272087or email info@AspergersTestSite.com
About The Authors:
Leslie Burby is the owner of Tutoring and Learning Resources CT. She resides in CT with her husband and three kids. †Her oldest daughter has Aspergerís Syndrome. †Before becoming a mother, Leslie tutored at private and public schools in addition to in-home tutoring. †She attended Franklin Pierce College and Saint Josephís University. †Leslie spends most of her professional time writing about Aspergerís Syndrome, education and topics revolving around the two
Mark Blakey is the founder of the Aspergerís Test Site, which he set up following his own diagnosis with Aspergerís. Mark had been inspired to change career and work in the field of personal growth. Training extensively in Psychotherapy, he is now a member of the British Association of Counseling and Psychotherapy (BACP).†
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