As a child Max Burke said very little. She pulled away from the hugs of her parents because it felt like pinches and burns. She woke from night terrors most nights, tried to avoid crowds and loved to dress in red. Not until adulthood would Max Burke get the dual diagnoses of of Asperger's Syndrome and Depression with psychotic features. Finally she had answers to not fitting in socially. "She's Hiding Under the Table" tells of the adventures and struggles of one woman with a social deficit, from childhood until middle age.