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Once I learned to take a step back, breathe, and think of a reasonable argument in a calm, low tone, things got SO much better. I'll talk from your hubsnd's perspective, if you'll permit.
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And there is a significant amount that is lost in translation leaving the non- aspire partner feeling not understood, not cared for and even unloved.
My support group was the best thing that ever happened to me. We managed OK for 16 years but a lot of things fell into place in hindsight once I had the diagnosis.
I'll assume that your husband has the normal high IQ common amongst folks with AS, and if so you can use that to your benefit to help him learn how to relate to you and "behave" in a more neuro-typical way.
No one with AS wants conflict or strife, as it only serves to worsen the anxiety and depression that is so common in this disorder.
Right when he gets home from work, or just before bed, would not be ideal.• Anonymous said…