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I don't know what people expect from you I actually think people are being utterly unrealistic that you got to lay the cards on the table before the date. “Hi my . A man asked a woman out, she wanted to reject him nicely, so said (essentially) “ oh, sorry, I'm not dating right now.” And described that as “so. Understanding why you chose a man with Asperger's is the key to resolving your relationship troubles.
When I was 23 I got involved with an older woman she was She was incredibly beautiful and the kind of woman all men wanted. I didn't know what she wanted from me until it was all over.
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I fell deeply in love with her and thought I could not live without her, knowing that we were not right for each other. She ended up tearing my heart out. If I had to do it over again I probably would.
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So, I guess the moral of the story is to watch out for older women. I am now 64 and got divorced seven years ago. I tried online dating. I met lots of nice women but none that were the "right" one. I think I could probably meet a couple of thousand women and perhaps be truly attracted to one.
I was getting fed up with the whole online dating thing. Meanwhile, I was constantly thinking about women and it was a bit dangerous because I worked with equipment that could easily separate parts of my body from me. I decided to give up on the online dating, but about the same time I decided to do something I'd never done before. I prayed to God to find me a woman.
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Now, please understand that I had never prayed before in my life at least not sincerely and used to be about as religious as a rock until I had a couple of experiences that convinced me that God really does exist. Before that I assumed the He didn't.
For those who have someone on the spectrum who is thinking about dating, take my story and advice to heart. We all have someone out there who will love us for who we are.
We do have someone that will love us for who we are out there. One of the leading autism advocates in the world Temple Grandin has never been wanted to be in a relationship.
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And that is perfectly fine too. My advice for my mentee and for all reading this is simple. Get out there, talk to people, build your social skills, have good hygiene and learn how to listen extremely well. When you ask questions, you get to learn more about an individual and a lot of the times if your key interests match up well to theirs. I always recommend roleplaying different scenarios with a family member or friend.
You may be surprised to know there are dating sites specifically for people with autism today. There are millions of people in the world who are single. I know there is someone out there, maybe even reading this article right now, that will want to reach out to me and get to know me better.