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This will be my last post for a while. I hope to be back at some point, though I have no idea when. Until then. As a late-diagnosed autistic adult, people often ask me why I bothered seeking out a diagnosis. At age 42, I was happily married, the parent of a grown daughter, and a successful business owner.
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Asperger's and Dating: Can You Make It Work?
Coping With a Partner's Asperger's Syndrome - Autism Center - Everyday Health
Autistic adults have, in general, differences in sexuality from the norm. Many more are asexual than in the average population. It is believed that there is a slightly higher pecentage of gays, lesbians, bisexual, and transgendered autistics than in the average population. Girls and women who are autistic can have more chance at success in relationships, generally speaking, than men. This is due to differences in social requirements, where a man is often expected to ask a girl for a date, rather than vice versa. Living in a society where long-time relationships and starting a family are the norm it can be very hard for socially inexperienced men with Asperger's to find a partner and some stay away from dating for that reason. Some of those on the autism spectrum are celibate by choice, feeling that they are asexual, or that there are more important things in life.
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Aspergers and Dating
We need to confront these misconceptions which do more harm than good. They put children in boxes, reducing them to a meaningless check-list of symptoms and antisocial behavior. Typically, these children struggle in social situations which require interaction with others. They also have a hard time expressing emotion and reading social cues.
How does a narcissist tolerate ignoring i. A classic narcissist needs attention and praise… but not by everyone per se. There is a difference in how they respond depending on whether you are a random person providing-or not providing- narcissistic supply, or a valued love interest. Why do you want to ignore the narcissist?