This chapter offers autobiographical writings by four very successful adults with social-emotional impairments, which offer examples of their strengths and difficulties. One autobiographical description of growing up smart with Asperger syndrome has been provided by Tim Page who, despite dropping out of school after seventh grade, became a Pulitzer Prize-winning writer who eventually served as chief music critic for the Washington Post. It was not until midlife that Page learned that he had Asperger syndrome. Another autobiographical account was provided by Temple Grandin in her book Thinking in Pictures: My Life with Autism. A third autobiographical account of growing up smart with Asperger syndrome comes from Cynthia Kim, author of Nerdy, Shy and Socially Inappropriate: A User Guide to an Asperger Life. A fourth autobiographical account of growing up smart with Asperger syndrome comes from John Robison, author of the bestseller, Look Me in the Eye: My Life with Asperger’s.