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As in all things love and romance, FORGET THE STATISTICS!! my educated guess based on what i've seen by myself and what i've heard from other people is that autistic women tend to attract bad relationships and then take too long to realize they could be doing way better than thatbetween a tendency to be alone forever and a tendency to be stuck in depressing relationships, i honestly don't know which is worse, but i would probably choose the former Am I the only one who finds it a little odd that ironpony tries to procure women for her brother? If he wants a girlfriend, part of the job is going out and getting one. I would have a great deal of difficulty wanting to be in a relationship set up by the man's sister.

A lot of people on the autistic spectrum (even those with Asperger’s Syndrome) may find it difficult to meet up with others, and to start romantic relationships.

Latest News 21-Sep-2017 Teleconference Meetup – Asperger Syndrome: Partners and Family of Adults with AS 14-Sep-2017 Video Conference – Asperger Syndrome: Partners and Family of Adults with AS 15-Sep-2015 Dr Kathy Marshack is a Panelist for First Fielding Alumni Focus Webinar 07-Oct-2014 Dr. Asperger Syndrome (AS) is the term applied to the high functioning end of what is known as the spectrum of pervasive developmental disorders or the Autism spectrum.

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I forget who said this, but if you’ve met one aspie, you’ve met one aspie. But you shouldn’t define yourself by Asperger’s either. If you’re calling yourself aspie89 on Tinder then you need to rethink your existence. Because if you do, you’re going to be an empty freaking hole that no one wants to talk to. People on the spectrum generally aren’t that approachable. I don’t have people chatting me up trying to be my friend. You want a nice guy who’s going to like you for your other qualities too.The former Miss America system contestant and University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music-trained opera singer knew she had a different conception of romance than her previous boyfriends had and, for that matter, everyone else.“People tend to think of romance as spur of the moment and exciting,” she told me.“I think of romance as things that make sense and are logical.” However, she didn't know why until this year when, at the age of 31, when she was diagnosed with autism.I am autistic as well, from other posts I have made, just so there is no confusion.I tried putting him on a dating site for autistic people but there has not been any luck.

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