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If a marriage has sustained even a year in this dynamic, surely both partners already feel that they ARE making a commitment and trying to understand one another (and both likely failing).I am looking forward to the day that I come upon a post by a professional in the field who can actually give factual accounts (from both sides) or a married couple whereby they both claim to be "happy" and share HOW they got there with others.But I hope that you will find some beginning tips and tools to help you celebrate and thrive in your marriage.You have been at this a long time and your posts are at the top of every single internet search result when an NT seeks marriage/relationship advice.Here's a quote from the site: ASPIRES is an on-line resource for spouses and family members of adults diagnosed or suspected to be on the autistic spectrum.Our approach to one another and towards our "significant others" is directed towards solving problems in our relationship with a spectrum-sitting spouse.Question: Where are all of the real examples of those that have struggled and overcome their Aspie/NT challenges and are now happily married years or decades later?Everyone gives broad and generic advice like, "Both need an in depth understanding of AS" or my personal favorite: "Both partners must make a serious commitment to making the relationship work." Well of course everything you said in this article nearly six years ago is true and appropriate... Even the books out there do not outline step-by-step advice on HOW to accomplish all of these appropriate tips... Seems unfair to be the #1 result (not your doing but definitely a testament to how many people are seeking help) when you are not telling any NT or Aspie something they haven't already figured out if they have made it down the aisle.
Could you please consider sharing real-life success stories with your readers so that they have something tangible to grasp for their future? Please contact me and schedule a time for us to speak.In that thread, NT's and Aspie's can both post questions they have about different points of view from the AS side of things, and from the NT side of things.Second, in doing some research for this article, I found a site called Aspires: Climbing the Mountain Together.You can schedule a time here: https://calendly.com/steveborgmanlcpc/15min, or you can contact me via [email protected] we can start off by interviewing you for my Thrive with Aspergers podcast.It would be great if both you and your husband would be on the podcast, so that we can get both a non-Aspie and Aspie perspective.
It's so beautiful, so wonderful, it takes your breath away.