No one with AS wants conflict or strife, as it only serves to worsen the anxiety and depression that is so common in this disorder.
Take the time to explain how his behavior made you feel, and most importantly tell him EXACTLY what you want him to do differently.
I'm asking for help because I can't do everything myself." "You cook, I clean. I'm married to adhd and asperger for 13 years Not easy but very possible! My husband says I am his dream girl and he wouldnt change a thing about me.
First you go to school, then you graduate, establish a career, gain financial security, and settle down with your SO.
So where are the few who are defying the status quo?
BOTH people in the relationship need to be willing to understand and adapt to each other's outlook.• Anonymous said… It also means being willings to understand what each person needs. This is not about right or wrong...differences ...what you can live with and what you can't.• Anonymous said…
My partner has aspergers and honestly its not much of a relationship.