- Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus, by John Gray –Highly recommended for couples consisting of a man who has Asperger Syndrome and a woman who does not have Asperger Syndrome. John Gray’s stereotypes are very apt for the neurotypical/Asperger couple’s relationship.
- Stop! You’re driving me crazy, Dr. George R. Bach — This book is not about Asperger but is high on our list of recommendations. Dr. Bach teaches people how to say what they mean and not send subtle, confusing, double messages which is crucially important skill for anyone who is interacting with someone with Asperger. This is a must-read for anyone in a partnership with someone who has Asperger. Also recommended for those with Asperger because it is useful to learn about the kinds of double messages most of the rest of the world sends when communicating.
- The Other Half of Asperger Syndrome, by Maxine C. Aston — This is a short, straightforward book written for partners of those with Asperger. It is a quick read, insightful, and realistic. Recommended for those with Asperger, their partners, and family members.
- Asperger Syndrome and Long-Term Relationships, Ashley Stanford — Recommended.
- Aspergers in Love, by Maxine Aston — This book refers to those who have Asperger to a significant degree, so it could be needlessly discouraging if your partner has only a mild form of Asperger.
- Asperger Syndrome — A Love Story, by Keith Newton and Sarah Hendricks