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NT & AS conections – Dating for individuals with Asperger and people that appreciate them

NT & AS conections

This topic contains 3 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  bronzelincolns 5 months, 2 weeks ago.

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    I think I am right in thinking that all of us as human beings like to find people like us because we can understand each other better and feel comfortable.
    but so the relationships of the NT with an aspie are often misunderstood
    but there are cases like mine that do not go very well with my NT and the aspie or any other
    then … It may be that some NTs are willing to take the risk and really want to have a connection with aspie people, but neither do they. What you think?



    in the long term an NT and an aspie’s social tendencies may ware on each other. the NT may become discontent from the emotional distance of an aspie while an aspie may find the NTs desire for consistent closeness to be uncomfortable and an invasion of their space.

    it’s not an impossible pairing but it’s not an easy one and certainly much harder than relationships are already between matching neurotypes.



    My girlfriend is NT and we learn a lot from each other. I think that overall it’s easier for an aspie to communicate with an aspie, but there are always exceptions.

    What’s most important is that there is enough love and care for each other and we have plenty of that despite the hurdles. At the end it’s plain acceptance of each other that counts.

    Ps. Why I am on a dating site while I have a girlfriend? It’s my site and she knows about it of course. 😉



    aspie/NT relationships can be done. the two need to know what they’re getting into and be willing to put in the work.

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