Growing Up with Undiagnosed Asperger's

A noir film and opera buff before the age of ten Tim Page had always been a little different; it was obvious to his parents that he was very bright but nonetheless he suffered from intense social anxiety and deleterious obsessive fixations. It wasn’t until Page was in his forties, several years after winning a Pulitzer Prize for his music criticism that he discovered the cause for his difficulties: Asperger’s syndrome. PARALLEL PLAY: GROWING UP WITH UNDIAGNOSED ASPERGER’S is a moving account of Tim’s incredible life and career and the many blessings and curses of a life lived outside the margins.


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