People who have this disorder, experience difficulties with communication with other people, so their interactions are limited. When we meet people, as a rule, we can form our opinion about them, basing on their facial expressions, a tone of voice and body language. We can tell whether they are happy, angry or sad, and we react accordingly. People with Asperger Syndrome are bad at interpreting someone's intonation, facial expressions, and gestures, while most people take for granted.
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How does a person with ASD date successfully?
Romantic relationships are a challenge to navigate for everyone. Think about it: Approximately one in 60 children have a diagnosis, with even more going through lives without one. If your potential partner is one of such people, read on to get some handy tips on dating them.
While autistic children are the majority recipients of special attention and early intervention programs, adults and teens can be overlooked—especially when it comes to developing and exploring romantic relationships. Of course, these are general tips and may need to be adjusted based on their specific needs and preferences, and some may not apply at all. Dating people who are not on the spectrum is quite common One common misconception is that people with autism only want to date others who are also on the spectrum.