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    I’m confused about my relationship

    First of I wanted to thank everyone who helped me and shared there advice. like I posted in the headline I’m beginning to get very confused about everything. I’m dating a great guy For almost 4 years . He is on the spectrum but he doesn’t want to hear or deal with the term autism as it seems...
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    Why is living apart sometimes best for a marriage?

    Without going into all my history here, this is a genuine request for help from AS and NT people alike. I am NT, and suggesting to my AS husband of decades that it would be beneficial to live separately for a while, talking on the phone or Skype most days, or messaging at least, spending quality...
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    New to the forum and searching for empathy and encouragement

    Hi. My mother had ASC, and my brother. I didn't know that back then when I suddenly felt trapped into marrying my husband. I didn't understand what was going on, but his behaviour felt normal to me, because he behaved like my mother and brother. I don't feel safe saying too much here, in case...
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