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Parents and their Asperger children communicate differently. This easily leads to misunderstandings and difficulties. Autists talk plain text. This is also reflected in this book. In a compact way, a new perspective on the communication between parents and Asperger children is shown, in which it is especially clear that autism is not a developmental disorder. The other form of communication and interaction can lead to a developmental disorder - but it does not have to! Understanding this particular form of communication and interaction avoids misunderstandings and paves the way to a happy, symptom-free life.