Man with Asperger's says marriage helped him get diagnosis, help

05/17/2009 | NYTimes.com

David Finch wasn't diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome until what he calls his "facade of semi-normalcy" began to fall away in his third year of marriage. Finch's wife, a speech pathologist for children with autism, recognized his symptoms and helped him develop empathy and other adaptive behaviors.

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