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autistic man with autistic girlfriend, hello!

anon843723

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Hello, everyone.

I'm an autistic man (self-diagnosed) with a highly functioning autistic girlfriend. It was very difficult for me to understand any part of her behavior or the way she went about her relationship with me until I finally read about autism, which explained everything that happened with me so far.

It is a challenge for me every day, but I am glad to find a forum where others also discuss their everyday life and issues.
 

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uwu owo uwu
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Hi. What was hard to understand for you? For me sometimes the need for regular contact with my exes and affection but also some frustrated aversion to opposite views, can't discuss a lot on such a topic.
 

Greatshield17

An Appeal to Heaven!
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Hello, everyone.

I'm an autistic man (self-diagnosed) with a highly functioning autistic girlfriend. It was very difficult for me to understand any part of her behavior or the way she went about her relationship with me until I finally read about autism, which explained everything that happened with me so far.

It is a challenge for me every day, but I am glad to find a forum where others also discuss their everyday life and issues.
Welcome, it greatly helped me as well when I came to forums like these, and figured what it means to be Autistic. I also found an Autistic woman whom I believe I'm meant to have relationship with, and ultimately marry and have kids; things are slow but we get along very well, namely because we share the same interests, Theology, Philosophy, art, culture and Religion.
 

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uwu owo uwu
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I had an ex who was an atheist like me, engaged for a while, but our view of life and values, experiences were greatly different. So we didn't match.

On the other hand my best friend is an atheist but we share a lot of other views about being active about it and other many views and honors of life.
 

Nitro

Admin/Immoral Turpitude
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Admin
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welcome to af.png
 

Thinx

Well-Known Member
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Hi and welcome. Yes, relationships are a thing many here find tricky. I hope you find discussions here to be useful and supportive.
 

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