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  1. B

    Seeking perspective.

    It's long setup, I'm sorry. I am not on the autism spectrum (I don't believe) but I do have moderate-severe ADHD so there is some overlap in symptoms. Having a ND brain, I found a lot of similarities in the way my brain worked compared with my former romantic interest. However, I am having...
  2. K

    I fell for an aspie and it hurts

    Hi everyone. I hope someone can provide some helpful advice. I'm neurotypical and 8 months ago I met a man, a very interesting man. He never mentioned being an aspie, and I doubt he even knows he has this condition, but after a few months of trying to explain his behaviour I did my own research...
  3. sisselcakes

    NT Question - New BF may have ASD traits?

    Hi Everyone, I came on this site because everyone has always given great feedback. I am making an inquiry for a friend of mine. There's a lot I don't know. She's just getting to know him herself. I've dated someone with suspected Asperger's, so feel pretty confident in much of my knowledge...
  4. Jasonvl

    Aspie Adults in ADELAIDE AUSTRALIA

    Looking for other people to meet here in Adelaide who are like me. Feel free to contact me. If you are a university student, I am at Flinders University and can help where I can.
  5. The Gentle and Brave Writer

    Info Junkie

    My seven-year-old son laughs every time he learns, or understands, something new. He recently asked me, how people with disabilities manage to do stuff. I explained that everyday tasks are harder to accomplish, but that they learn to do things in a different way. Then, I showed him a video of...
  6. Devany

    Long-term NT-Aspie Relationship: Is Invalidation Normal?

    Hello everyone :), This is my first post and I am looking for advice on certain aspects of my relationship with my Aspie partner. A little intro to our couple : I am a NT woman who is in a long-term relationship with an (undiagnosed) Aspie man. We have been together for almost 5 years and just...
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