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Love, Relationships and Dating
Finding that special someone can be difficult if you have Aspergers Syndrome or Autism. Use this forum to seek advice, ask questions and share experiences.
but sometimes... not always but sometimes my relationship with my Aspie partner seems a bit business like.... like he tries to 'help' sort my problems, rather than listen and be there, listening and being a shoulder to rely on, I don't always want him to fix or sort a situation... sometimes I just need him to be supportive and be supportive of the decision I come to...
So my question is.. do you try to 'fix' any problems that your partner has ... or can you say, honestly that you try to support/ help them....?