Remember, your mind works differently than your partner's. A great strategy can be simply asking questions. For instance, instead of assuming that your partner is ready to end the relationship over a fight, ask for clarification. Good questions can include, "I'm wondering if you feel…" – or - "Can you tell me more about that?"
If you decide to work to strengthen your connections, you may benefit from learning to monitor your "togetherness tolerance." Aspergers women often are helped by frequent breaks, shorter visits, etc. Your level of need in connecting with others may differ vastly from that of your non-Aspergers partner. This is fine, and may serve as a great balance for your relationship.
- heightened desire to do the right or moral thing
- refusal to become violent or aggressive
- inability to participate in the emotional "games" so many adults struggle with in relationships
- being grounded
- being logical and rational
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