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Autism Relationship Advice – Tips To Maintain Relationships With Autistic People

Autism Relationship Advice – Tips To Maintain Relationships With Autistic People

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Autism relationship advice for autistic people and their partners as I know relationships can be challenging to maintain. So here are my tips to maintain relationships while being on the autism spectrum.

Autism and relationships is a massive topic and one that can lead to autism relationships breaking down or autism relationship arguments which happen in any relationship and it doesn’t matter if you are autistic or not.

Now it’s not to say autism relationships are impossible with autistic people & having a healthy relationship with autistic partner is certainly achievable with good communication. Understanding your emotional needs and other aspects of an autistic relationship can lead to romantic and love.

The subject of autism and love is something that’s misunderstood. Simply put, autistic people are more than capable to fall in love and express that love in return. Autism in relationships can be challenging as autistic partners can have their own issues with emotions. Misunderstanding conversations and taking things literally, the same way that neurotypical partners can as well.

So for autism relationship advice living with autistic partner, it’s important to remember that communication is king in romantic relationships. Talking to your autistic partner or neurotypical partner etc is important to help maintain a healthy relationship.

But whether it’s autism dating or an autism marriage with your autistic partner etc. Autistic people are capable of love and together, you can maintain your autism relationship following these autism relationship tips in this video.

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8 Comments
  • Muppetjedi Sparklefeet
    Posted at 15:21h, 08 January

    I also think communication in the main thing; a lot of those skills I’ve learned in therapy. And being comfortable with ourselves so we’re not projecting our insecurities onto their actions and making wrong assumptions. Also understanding what the other person needs is huge. I’m still working on all this!

  • My Nontraditional Life
    Posted at 15:21h, 08 January

    Maintaining good communication is a challenge. You have to adapt it over time and it is very easy to get caught in a state of bad communication even after improving it. Also, I feel like not enough people talk about how to communicate. Communication skills are very hard to learn and maintain as someone with autism.

  • Rose L
    Posted at 15:21h, 08 January

    Me and my boyfriend are both autistic. We have a really strong relationship and we try to work on our communication a lot. We have never had a problem with romance or affection, even though we are both introverted and more shy around almost everyone except each other. We have gone through rough patches once in a while though, and sometimes I ask how he feels and he gives a vague answer, which can be difficult since I’m bad at guessing. Also I relate to the obsessive/fixating thing, but I’m working on it. :)

  • Matt Carpenter
    Posted at 15:21h, 08 January

    Talking and laughing…that's it.

    If you talk to each other (reduces misunderstandings so you know where you stand) and if you can make each other laugh then there's not much that can go wrong (and if it does, then you've done your best) :D. As for gifts, there doesn't have to be a reason. If you can't remember the last time you got her something then it's about time you did! 😛 If you can't think of what to get then flowers are loved by pretty much every lass (and I was rather pleased to get some once!). Gifts show that you're thinking about them when they're not there and that you miss them.

    Early on, when I first started "going out" I had a real problem with jealousy (part of my EUPD apparently) and dumped at least one lass, who was awesome, for no reason at all. I felt such a sh*t-heel afterwards that I promised I'd never react to jealousy again. My reasoning was that if I really want to keep them, jealousy was the last thing that would help and if they were more interested in someone else there was not much I could do about it anyway so what's the point? I married first time for all the wrong reasons (Her: Shall we get married, Me: Yeah why not? Not the best of my decisions I'll admit) and it ended after 5 years of marriage and two attempts with marriage counselling failed.

    The incredible creature I'm married to now blind sided me when I'd decided to go single for while. I was actually interested in her best mate (which was definitely not reciprocated :P) who threw my lovely lass into my path. And I'm soooo glad she did. We've been married for 8 years and known each other for 15 and she's stuck with me through all my mental health issues, helped get me through Uni (which she encouraged me to do) and saves my life almost every day. If not for her I wouldn't still be here, my hero. We went out for New Years (first time in 6-7 years) with friends (the lass I went after originally and her partner actually :D) and met one of their friends. Apparently he said meeting us was not like meeting two people but one in two different bodies…can't really get better than that :D.

    By the way, I'd LOVE to hear the "hoover" story 😀

  • Orphanlast
    Posted at 15:21h, 08 January

    You should sell t-shirts with a carrot .

  • Gary Francis
    Posted at 15:21h, 08 January

    Hi Andy

    I really pleased you did this video.

    But it would be better to talk you on live stream.

    I want to know if ever though about PIP.
    How you manage daily living skills.

    It's got nothing to do with this video.
    But I'm worried I miss the time for live stream other were the same I would go on YouTube on video times just incase their was a live stream.

    Other viewers are on spectrum so will obsessed with things to.
    I could go on live stream ever minute of the day on YouTube their is relaxing music playlist has livestream 24/7 so even at 3 in morning you can have chat with someone on YouTube.

    There is classic Mr Bean episode live stream you could check that out.

  • Gary Francis
    Posted at 15:21h, 08 January

    Hi Andy

    But generally my problem in relationship is I'm not as brave or as honest about aspergers/autism as you.
    I mask or put on an alpha male persona. When I talk to with women in public.
    Dating sites I try to be more the aspie me.
    Because the single women is seeing your whole profile and can talk to your months so my Aspergers is brought up not ending up in a date.

    I have sexual attraction which is a normal male thing which was good at school.
    Me talking about Being attractive to girls was something boys at school didn't hold against me so that was one of few positive at school.

    Which I feel that you not mention sexual attraction.
    That it's more knowing the person on a personal level.
    Samdy called it demisexuality which basically.
    Knowing a person over a period then being attracted to them.

    I have try and get into relationships where I don't think about physical attraction and their personalty rubbish so I loss contact.

    At school I always wanted to find the one and get to know them a over a while and have a long term relationship.

    You said in video.
    Nicola had to be a women who would except your autism.
    Which she does.

    I not meet a women who I don't mask my autism around and the relationships only last 4 or 5 months.

    You probably was the same before Nicola your girlfriend in your past didn't get your autism.

    It's emotional but no women ever loved me.
    I get feeling and you get rejected.
    I feel unlovable.

    My mates I meet say I'm a nice person.
    Just be yourself show off your aspergers/autism I shouldn't have to come across more "normal" to anyone.

  • Randomark3087
    Posted at 15:21h, 08 January

    Great advice man. Thank you.