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I'd like to ask the same question set at a different angle? I'm the aspie on my 2nd marriage going through the exact difficulties as my 1st. I love my hubby so much but I feel that we're on the road of doom, I know that its me causing the issues but I can't stop myself or change. I don't want a second divorce especially with children involved one of which has autsim herself.

By saying you can't change you have effectively cut off any opportunity for change. It can be extremely hard but is not impossible, it may just need you taking smaller steps, over a longer period of time.

If you are not willing to change, why should they be? When I read your comment I think of my bf and if he ever realizes how much he hurts me with his behaviour? I often think, "Would I ever be able to knowingly affect someone important to me in an adverse way and not do everything I could change it? My bf has helped me with many things in my life and I have helped him with stuff know one could have ever done, especially having to deal with his disappearances.

DEFiantly counseling, someone that specializes in Aspergers. Also remember that Aspie's biggest issue is communication, and if you don't get counseling to learn how so communicate then it's probably not going to work out. That's why there is such a high divorce rate, because of lack of communication. It's not money, or things like that, it's communication.

I don't know what my life would look like without him? It would be hard now to start over, everyone has some crazy I tell myself. I only feel the need to work this through because of my boys they are teens but it is hard for them to understand this. We suffer in silence, his family pretends he's normal, they keep him at arms length I think its just less painful for them.

I am in desperate need of some kind of emotional connection. I love my husband. He's an impressive provider and is far more responsible than I. And I am emotionally unkept and loosing the best parts of myself to sadness or a lack of emotional safety. I'm determined to find a way to make a life together. We have children that would be irrevocably scarred if we didn't.

And one of our children was diagnosed with classic autism at age two and currently functions completely in drama and a public school setting in a charter school.

So if there is any woman married to a man on the spectrum out there interested in exchanging numbers and texting or email or something I could really use a friend that actually understands.

Instead of a world of people who say My husband and I were just discussing this last night. How he is constantly mis reading me and other situations. How he feels frustrated that he tries and tries, but still misses out, even in social settings.

We have a LOT of communication issues. But since we have a son diagnosed with Aspergers, we at least have something we can hold on to. We understand what is going on, but fixing it is definately a challenge. Many evenings are usually watchign tv, working on the computer or flat out arguing Nothing in between.

We have tried therapy, but my husband doesn't see anything wrong with HIM! He lives by the adage if it isn't squeeking, then it doesn't need the grease, so it doesn't get attention. WE just talk about it all night and then forget about it until the next time. WE have been married for 15 years this way. Not healthy, but we are adapting. Just read your comment. How is your marriage? I have been married 12 years to an AS man.

My health is terrible and there is no help or hope in sight. Not sure what I should do or how to get help. This comment has been removed by the author. I have been married to an aspie for 49 years. He has retired three times but keeps going back after a few months. He uses the excuse of credit card debt which I piled while searching for something to fill the void. It has been a sex less marriage for 20 years due time his health I guess.

Now he has stage 4 cancer and is once again picking work over me. It is only a few days a week but I feel rejected not a new feeling. I am hollow and so far beyond sad. I live on antidepressants and he just acts like life is fine. It has been a year since your post here -- I wonder if you have faced loss of your husband due to the cancer, by this time? Regardless, I understand the isolation and void you describe -- 27 years to my AS husband- similar story regarding lack of intimacy.

I would encourage you to live for your own joy and fulfillment -- you are worth it. I found help in Al-Anon similar story, different 'A'-word. This post has some wonderful advice. As a wife of an aspie for 12 years, I'd like to add some dietary changes.

My husband is taking very good quality digestive enzymes, and they have helped so much. He is able to think before he overreacts and feels much more in control of his emotions. I wish the best for each of you in this situation. Good to hear digestive enzymes helped. I have a used digestive enzymes and other products to help my 10 year old son, Seems to help a little bit.

Wonder how much and how long your hubby used? This is late in responding to a anon, but "get out". My advice to all women neurotypicals married to Aspies, as described above, you are NOT happy, are struggling, getting picked on, dealing with fights and melt-downs, it does NOT get better - it gets worse! Get out early while you can have a life. You're not doing Anyone any favors - your Aspie husband and not yourself.

You will end up regretting not having a life. Let your Aspie husband find an Aspie wife. You find a Neurotypical husband. Living with an Aspie husband is living with an abusive husband. Do you want to be a victim of abuse? It never gets better and only gets Worse. You deserve a life, you deserve to be treated well. You are dealing with abuse. You do not deserve to be constanting put-down, yelled at, and told it's your problem.

Do NOT stay for the children, do not put up fronts, get out while you're young enough to start another life with normalcy, or you will look back and regret you had no life. Let the Aspies marry other Aspies. You go get in a nurturing, caring relationship.

These two comments turned my stomach. Go find me someone so-called neurotypical People are complex, and their situations are complex. I may not be typical, but it doesn't take a genius to know that everyone is unique and complex. Saying "get out" is destructive at best. Well, Jacob just proved our point! Unless your Aspie really, really tries to make it better, gets therapy, and owns his behavior, get out now. You will suffer- unheard and not not understood. It is very lonely as they are incapable of empathy and appropriate response to your emotions.

It's a lot like banging your head against a wall and then wondering why you have a headache. Aspies are capable of affective empathy, i. Some may be hyper-empathetic. We often have problems with cognitive empathy, i.

So it helps if someone directly tells what they're feeling rather then relying on us to pick up subtext or body language. Occupational Therapy can help make us work it out quicker, but there'll always be a bit of a lag in response. Many of the people who attend the same support groups as me have mentioned that their diagnosis made their relationships with neurotypical partners much happier. If your attitude it that it's all the other person's fault and only they should change, then yes, "get out.

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Flirting is done over email, instant messaging or Skype calls. There are dating events for wine lovers and classical music fans, and events where everyone is Jewish, or Asian, or over Old-fashioned introduction agencies have been replaced by companies for particular members — those who earn above a certain amount, or are very good-looking, or live in the country — and have computer systems that promise to find you your soulmate after you have ticked a shopping list of desirable attributes.

It's important to get out and meet new people to build confidence and new social circles. It takes a long time to deal with the emotional devastation after the end of a marriage, says De la Pena, which makes it hard to want to meet new people. Dating when you're older means you immediately make judgments about whether you want this person to be your partner, and that seems forced and unnatural and different to how I did things when I was in my 20s.

I have days when I think I'm going to have to live the rest of my days alone, but my feelings change from one day to the next. Stuart wanted to find a partner who was also divorced. He had been through two divorces — his first at 22 and his second at I really wanted someone with similar experiences.

They have been together for four years. Shela, a retired teacher, is on her fourth — and happiest — marriage. After three turbulent marriages, she met her husband Bill through a lonely hearts advert in her local newspaper. He was about my age, and we'd had almost the same life experiences because he'd lost two partners. I decided to get in touch. He said he would visit me so I thought I'd better get myself dolled up and I put the best china out. I opened the door, and there was this tall man with a big smile across his face.

That was a very good beginning. Her first husband, and father of her three children, had been violent. Men, in turn, are likely to be moderately house trained. B ut how to meet members of the opposite sex? And how to present yourself? H annah Clark, a recently divorced mother of three, finds the idea of internet dating "toe-curling and very American". She is one of thousands of Britons who have no intention of being part of the online dating revolution.

Writer Simon Ellis, 56, feels the same way. After his divorce, he joined an introductions agency. They were just too sensible. After several dates with "nice but worthy women", Simon decided to focus on his own social circle.

Was it a waste of time and money? I met my girlfriend at a drinks party thrown by one of my guests a few months later. She gives me a withering glance, then pauses to reflect. H annah is holding out the hope that everyday life — the school gates, her dog walks, her neighbourhood, her occasional work trips abroad — might throw up a potential lover. They are among the , members on website maritalaffair. And I added an old photo which showed off my body shape in a revealing cocktail dress but my head was turned so my face was unrecognisable.

Others were clearly looking for a one-off notch on the bedpost. Ages ranged from 21 to 61 years old. Want to meet attractive woman for occasional afternoon fun. There were a surprisingly high number of headshots. A lot of the men were overweight, scruffy and unattractive, but some were handsome. Getting a date was shockingly easy. They all suggested areas near to where they worked in different parts of central London, but none asked which area would be convenient for me. Donning a fake wedding ring to appear married and wearing a summer dress and low heels, I greeted Robert, a year-old events organiser at an outdoor cafe on the South Bank.

Last week I shipped her and the kids off to South Africa so this is my window of opportunity. We could be having the best holiday but she always finds something to worry about. He heard about the site through a friend who he says used it to cheat on his wife a staggering 40 times. What struck me from both meetings and the many emails is that not one expressed any pangs of guilt.

Considering they were looking for easy, no-strings-attached sex I found it hard to believe how demanding they were. Many specified preferences for body type. Dr Pam Spurr, a relationship expert, agony aunt and author of Sex Academy, says many men find cheating easy. They say things like: Of the men I met and the scores more who I exchanged emails with it was clear none intended to leave their wives.

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