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What Do I Need To Know About Dating Someone With Asperger’s?
Dating is a natural process for most people, but have you ever thought about all the non-verbal cues that go along with romantic relationships? One person notices something attractive about another. For example, a woman tossing her hair back or a man who is clean-shaven and impeccably dressed see each other for the first time. They exchange glances and smiles and move in the direction of the each with flirty eyes fixed upon a captivating target. Before you know it, they are enjoying a drink together at the bar and talking like old friends. Because of the social impairment that makes up Asperger's Syndrome, dating will look a little different. This is not to say that it can't be both enjoyable and mutually beneficial. As long as both parties are on board and the person without Asperger's is willing to learn more, a beautiful relationship can blossom.
When dating someone with Asperger's syndrome, it can be helpful to understand better some of their personality traits, so as not to accidentally upset them or cause some other kind of miscommunication. Dating is hard enough as it is, so it can be helpful to know in advance how to prevent some situations from occurring. Asperger's syndrome is a form of autism. People who have Asperger's are either of an average or above-average intelligence.
Feb 19, News 1 comment. Are you dating someone with Aspergers? People with Aspergers Syndrome AS range from mildly quirky to what you may call weird. And this can pose challenges for someone who is neurotypical or at least not on the autism spectrum.
Advice For Dating Someone With Asperger's
Please enter your location to help us display the correct information for your area. When I started dating at 18 I had NO idea how to talk to people, let alone women. Many of the people I dated had good intents, but they may not have understood some of the quirks that people on the spectrum like me may have. For example, as a kid I hated being touched.