One of the main reasons behind this is that those on the spectrum will most likely experience major difficulties with understanding and expressing emotions, especially romantically.
I have been diagnosed with high functioning autism, previously labelled as Asperger’s.
The best place to start is to look at what you do each day. Be careful of your workplace, however, as romantic relationships at work are often discouraged, and sometimes even forbidden.
One reason for this is that it can create an awkward work environment if one person is not romantically interested in the other or if the relationship doesn’t work out for another reason.
Also bear in mind, you will probably never understand how their brain ticks.
they have to do something) they will often, somehow, find the ability to do it.Singles often go to bars to meet each other, but in reality, very few couples actually meet at a bar “singles scene.” If you have ASD, going up to someone new in a bar and striking up a conversation may seem particularly ineffective.Rest assured, there are many other ways to meet someone. Take the time to really notice the people you encounter on public transportation and at your favorite places to visit.This article won’t teach you the secrets to being able to convince hundreds of people to go on dates with you, but hopefully it will help you to be more confident and assured in yourself.If you are autistic, and struggle to start even the most basic conversation, getting a date could be extremely difficult.I hate labels with a passion, so, I very rarely tell people about this diagnosis.