"The book ultimately provides a helping hand to those who are dealing with Asperger's Syndrome, or those who may have relatives or loved ones with it. The book covers Stress, Anxiety, Depression, OCD, Anger management and empathy. A detailed description of each is included, as well as practical tips to help cope with the signs," said Leslie Burby.
Asperger's Syndrome is believed to affect over 27 million people worldwide currently. While it's understood that anxiety and depression are not directly related to Asperger's in any way shape or form, it is believed that 65% of all adults suffering with the condition will experience depression and anxiety at some point - as opposed to 15% of the general population.
The book's launch goes side-to-side with the Asperger's Test Site. Questions were raised about how to deal with the different emotions associated with the condition. The site was made by Mark Blakey in a response to educate the world on the condition. Blakey himself suffers from Asperger's Syndrome and knows the difficulty of dealing with it all.
Readers are still able to download the book completely free up until the 14th November. The book download can be currently found at: http://www.amazon.com/
More information about Asperger's Syndrome can be found through Blakey's website, found at: http://www.aspergerstestsite.com/