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It allows us to stay on the same page and it allows us a better understanding of what and how the other person thinks and feels.

The lights, noise and tastes that he encountered in such ‘standard’ first date venues could, he said, prove unbearable due to his difficulties with hyper-sensitivity and need to move around.

In an interview in the Guardian newspaper he said: “It feels like catch-22.

Dating, with its unpredictable outcomes and unspoken language of social cues, can be difficult enough – but when you have a condition such as Autism or Asperger Syndrome, you add on a whole new level of complexity.

It’s the reason why many people with both conditions have been turning to online dating.

If you tell them straight away it might scare them off, but then if you wait it looks as if you’ve been hiding something.

I want people to know I have a condition but also to get to know me as a person.”My website uk has seen many individuals with autism joining up.

The article he sent me is about dating tips for people on the spectrum.

This is a subject we haven’t had much of on this blog, because dating is something that I know nothing about, so it’s good to read another autistic person’s pespective on dating.

Also, a meal on the first date can feel more formal and if the date isn’t going well and you want to leave, it’s much easier to leave during coffee than it is during a meal, as coffee is a much more laid back, casual setting. If it helps you, write some questions on a note card and take the note card with you on the date.

The questions can be as simple as, “What do you like to do for fun? ” Those questions are simple and they are great because they cause the other person to ask you the same questions back, so they can learn about you. Try and keep your question answers to 30 seconds or less.

I am diagnosed Aspergers/HFA, and I have been in a stable relationship for 22 years now.

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