Below are the best articles we could find on Relationship Challenges and autism.
Filmmaker Evan Mead, who has Asperger’s, exposes struggles with dating and intimacy for people on the autism spectrum and runs events featuring speed dating and exploring facial expressions.
Understanding your partner with Asperger’s syndrome can be difficult or seemingly impossible at times. Making better connections can lead to a happier, healthier relationship.
Not surprisingly, the romantic lives of autistic adults are just like those of neurotypical adults: never easy.
Forming relationships can be challenging when you have autism because you might not be the one to take the lead and engage with others.
Marianne Eloise knows what it is to be neurodiverse. Here, she unpacks the misconceptions that can make dating – and relationships – harder for autistic people
Romantic relationships are hard enough, but what if your partner is autistic?
Many autistic people have trouble making and keeping friends. This has led to the myth that they don’t want friends3. In reality, they long for friendships just like anyone else. But they face unique challenges in forming and maintaining them.
Advice often means more when it comes from someone who has walked in your shoes. Perhaps these tips for making friends from an autistic teen will spark some inspiration!
Painful memories of childhood along with gendered social norms can make adult friendships more complicated for neurodiverse women.
Does your autistic loved one tend to overshare or overexplain? We don't mean to come off as desperate or creepy, we just connect differently.
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