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The wife and I both took the Aspie Quiz


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So the wife and I both took the Aspie Quiz together... It was really interesting to see how we scored. My wife and I have always thought that we are extremely similar in some things. But we are extremely different in some other ways.

For giggles I thought I might share a screenshot of the scores. See if you can guess which one is mine


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The graphs show very little overlap. Almost an hourglass on it's side or a set of wheels. But thats not necessarily a bad thing as you balance each other out.

I'll guess you are the first one. Railed hard in Aspie territory.
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How about you just love what u like about each other? I love a aspie guy, but l don't dissect him.

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I'm not quick to accept the old saying "opposites attract", because with humans, that's clearly an individualized experience. Having said that, like my wife and I, we take advantage of our differences to make the two of us better. That quote from the movie, "Jerry McGuire" comes to mind, "You complete me.", or perhaps a quote from the comedian Sinbad, when he talks about couples as they age, how you tend to lean on each other, and "between the two of you, you make one good person."

We are all aware of the difficulties with connecting with someone special, so many threads on here regarding relationships, etc. One thing that I would like to dispel is this myth that you need to find someone with similar interests or personalities. To that, I sarcastically say, "Good luck with that." My wife and I are about 90% polar opposite with regards to our interests. She is NT, I am ND. However, we are both strong, independent, highly-productive, goal-oriented people that support each other and communicate well. The supporting each other and communication is probably more the glue that keeps us together through all the ups and downs.


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I think of the movie line that Jack Nicholson says to Helen Hunt when pushed to say something nice to her. He says: You make me want to be a better person.


You know, that one lady we met that one time.
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This is very sweet. You and your wife complete each other. Together, you are whole.

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