Since every situation is different and everyone has their own personality, this type of format is great to use with people on the spectrum as the social rule is stated on one side, and the other side is how does it apply to me and what are my feelings around it.
TV websites, on the Love Eat Travel blog, in social media, on mobile apps, more!For individuals with as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), dating can be a real challenge. Michelle Garcia Winner has done excellent work in this area.It is a misconception that people on the spectrum don’t want relationships – often they do, but they just don’t know how to meet people or understand the nuances of relationships. Her book teaches perspective taking, facing social challenges, creating thinking flexibility and building strong friendships.The starting point is usually where your future lies! Most marriages are based on very fragile ground in terms of compatibilities.When we are young and inexperienced, we go with flow and do not see or realise the hidden risk or visible signals at the beginning of a relationship.