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I'm not a person who needs someone to tell me that they love me every day, actions speak louder than words in my opinion. And my aspergers husband of 25 years suits me down to the ground. He's honest to a fault, I can talk to him about everything, he is smart, focussed, competant, great cook, can do anything with his hands, cares about me and my daughter and our dog, is a good provider, I couldn't ask for more. I'm not, I'm airy fairy, can't focus, creative, not a great organiser, I have a very strong empathy particularly for animals, very emotional, I think I'm difficult to live with for those reasons. I'm not however a manipulative calculating female, I'm a straight talker and so is he. I don't think I could have lived with anyone else and I'm so glad I have him. For my daughter who has been bullied for 6 years he has no understanding so I've carried the load which has destroyed my health, just wish I'd done something about it straight away instead of listening to those two. There are things I don't like but can live with. When he gets worked up, which is often, he wants to attack people verbally and thats where I come in with my diplomacy. He doesn't have much patience with either me or my daughter because she is like me but thats okay. The one thing I hate is his loud voice, I either ignore him or leave the room. I'm not a great socialiser so that isn't a problem, he probably takes cues from me when we do socialise. I'd just like to say that I don't see any problems with aspergers males, pity there aren't more of them around, they are happy to listen to their partners for cues of empathy and are so honest. I think there are more problems with so called "normal people". Give me an aspy male any day!

October 6, 2016 - 5:06am


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