It’s something that I’ve been waiting to post here for months and I guess a fitting place to leave off, since it’s kind of a summary of the my journey from diagnosis to present. I’ve decided to put the blog on hiatus until my language problems are less, well, problematic. ———- As a late-diagnosed autistic adult, people often ask me why I bothered seeking out a diagnosis.
Writing even once a week is taxing my limited communication resources and as much as I’ll miss this, self-care has to be a priority for me right now. At age 42, I was happily married, the parent of a grown daughter, and a successful business owner.
This makes people feel that she’s suplada when in reality, it’s how she achieves amazing results with her cosplay, to begin with.
I learned pretty early on to not take it against her when she completely ignores me during a convention.
People with Asperger’s syndrome are generally socially awkward; they often avoid eye contact and have a tendency to monologue about their particular interests instead of sharing conversations with others.”– Kent Miller, It’s certainly not easy to date someone with Asperger’s.
There are so many resources out there to understand aspies better. The day I realized Princess was an aspie, I did all the research I could just to make sure that I could still somehow make her happy even if I don’t fully understand every facet of her.
You can get in touch with Autism Society Philippines if you wish to ask people who are in the know. Even though we aren’t together anymore, just waking up to her sending me a smiley to start my morning off never fails to brighten up my mood, and having her offer me a hug and her standard response of “condolence ^____^” when I’m feeling down and out never fails to turn my day around.
This doesn’t mean they don’t love you enough: it is what it is.
Their affection for you and their ability to hyperfocus tend to be mutually exclusive. As a cosplayer, Princess will often be oblivious to everyone and everything else while she imbibes her character.
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Because surprises tend to defy logical progressions, aspies hate them.