Women With Aspergers:
Getting a Diagnosis And Living With Aspergers.
Hi, I’m Penelope. I have been writing career advice online for more than a decade. During that time, I founded four startups, wrote five best-selling books and had my work featured in over two-hundred publications.
I was diagnosed with Aspergers in my 30s. At first I was in shock, and didn’t really believe it. But the more I understood about Aspergers the more I understood myself. So many things that didn’t make sense to me made total sense in light of Aspergers.
I have spent the last 15 years interviewing hundreds of women with Aspergers, and conducting a wide range of research. I have studied more than 300 women who have Aspergers. Some need help navigating the hurdles of adult life, some think they have Aspergers but aren’t sure. I have coached mothers who have children with Aspergers, and I’ve helped keep marriages together that were on the brink of being destroyed due to Aspergers.
Scientists estimate that as many as 90%of women and girls with Aspergers remain undiagnosed. This means that there are few people who have a lot of experience with women who have Aspergers. So I am providing resources and tools based on my coaching experience.
Sign-up below to access a collection of free resources and tools I have developed for women with Aspergers.