Asperger群心理咨询师Sylvia van Meerten 问答记录：
1. My kid has a hard time accepting failure. He often melts down when he loses a game or gets a bad score on a math test. How can I help him deal with it?
This is so common for kids with autism or aspergers. Many kids have a hard time making an accurate prediction about what will happen in a high pressure situation, and they imagine themselves being perfect. I would write a note (or an email or a text) to your son a week or a few days before a game or a test and tell him that you will be proud of him for working hard, but he doesn’t need to be perfect. Tell him that making a mistake is part of growing up. Make a specific plan with him for what he can think and say if something goes wrong.