The easiest way to approach the situation and this phase in life is to accept that you are different and be willing and determined to work on it.
Many success stories include a partner with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Many adults under this spectrum hope to be successful in finding a romantic relationship like anyone else.
Over time, he has learned to be socially interactive.There are still times when he completely wants to be alone with his thoughts and enjoy his own company.There have been times where things have worked well for them and many are happily married and in stable relationships.I didn’t follow a strategy or an approach with Joel, but rather went along listening to his challenges and started helping him.They are often honest, clear, less manipulative, loyal and sincere in relationships, all qualities that are lacking in today’s dating world.
Joel has a girlfriend now and they have been dating and going strong for the past six months.If you are interested, though, this article contains some tips on getting started.If you are a parent or a friend of an adult with ASD, your job is to make sure that the person knows that you are open and available for support.While sharing his experience, he said he was often intimidated by the girl and due to his lack of confidence, at times this aggravated the situation further.Anxiety often took over, especially when things didn’t go as per the plan.On the contrary, they are often rich with emotions, but just don’t know how to express them.