Dating with aspergers

Different techniques of gaining confidence will work for different people, but perhaps the most important thing is to accept the possibility of rejection.Everybody gets rejected at some point in their life, and there could be dozens of reasons.But there is one positive about autism when it comes to the idea of dating; it`s hard to explain, but for a lot of people with autism, once they realise there is simply no other choice (i.e.they have to do something) they will often, somehow, find the ability to do it.But the good news is that, by understanding the way an AS man’s brain is wired and making the most of his qualities, it is possible to bring out the best in him – and have a fulfilling, or certainly less frustrating, relationship.

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But if you focus on the positive aspects, it could make him the ideal husband Is your other half more likely to remember the score of the FA Cup final 12 years ago than he is to buy a present for your child’s birthday?This might sound overly simplistic, but in a way it is true — you either ask someone out or you don’t.If you feel confident enough to just sit back and let them come to you, then all credit to you.For those not familiar with AS, it is a mild autistic spectrum disorder, where those afflicted can lead ‘normal’ lives, but behave in a way that is rigid and lacking in sensitivity, living up to male stereotyping – in spades.It’s no surprise then that men account for 90 per cent of AS diagnoses.