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'I didn't know where people like me were'

For Nomi Kaim, living with Asperger's syndrome means taking everything one step at a time

By Irene Sege
Globe Staff / January 9, 2007

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Nomi Kaim, having walked 4.2 miles from her Brookline home because walking soothes her, sits in her Harvard Extension School course on emotion and watches grainy clips from a 1965 film titled "Three Approaches to Psychotherapy." (Full article: 1879 words)

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