Dating with aspergers
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However, it didn’t do me any favours in terms of getting along with people, so I started to merge into whatever all the other girls looked like, and just blended in.Nowadays I know what style I like and don’t copy or follow anyone.
‘Usually a little more expressive in face and gesture than male counterparts’ I have no idea – probably.
‘Uses control as a stress management technique: rules, discipline, rigid in certain habits, which will contradict her seeming unconventionality’ Sometimes when everything seems to be falling apart, I will fall back onto organising things into a set ‘timetable’ with the view that if I stick to it I should be able to sort everything out.
In terms of it ‘contradicting’ my unconventionality, I don’t know.
Hairstyles usually have to be ‘wash and wear’ Can be quite happy not grooming at all at times’ I didn’t used to bother with makeup and what my hair looked like etc.
when I was pre-15 years old but I felt like it was just one more thing that singled me out from the ‘normal’ girls and that it was more ammo for the bullies, so when I started my new school at around 15 (after leaving a school due to bullying) I decided I would do the hair and makeup thing all the other girls seemed to be so interested in.
Nowadays, I sing and play the piano (still limited with that though) and I paint from time to time, but my artistic side is mostly used for graphic design.
‘May have a savant skill or strong talent’ Unless you can count my ability to do You Tube videos and make a nice forum for people on the spectrum, then no, and I know you can’t!
‘May have been diagnosed as autistic or Asperger’s when young, or may have been thought of as gifted, shy, sensitive, etc.
May also have had obvious or severe learning deficits’ I wasn’t diagnosed young but I was definitely always the ‘gifted’ pupil at the top of my class in pretty much all subjects but that really didn’t seem to help me when you put it against how shy I was.
‘Usually happiest at home or in other controlled environment’ This is mostly true – I don’t like my home, but I’m happier here than in most other places.
With a few exceptions, one being a familiar house of a family member, which I like more than my home.
I think I make a lot of facial expressions, but they might not show the emotions I intended.