I'll start off with a reminder that everyone is an individual.
If all aspies were completely alike and predictible, they'd be a stereotype but they're not.
The way forward for me was to change my life to fit her in and surprisingly - my university grades actually improved.
I think that my lonely year of self-pity and suffering had actually done my work more harm than good.
But maybe you can also tell from my posts that it's a little bit weird. And sex, which are two of the essential areas of life one needs to be able to function in before you can feel like a normal adult.
Because you know that I'll say anything, too, but sometimes, I make you cringe. And both sex and work are governed by a set of rules that many people are able to learn just by being in the world.
It's my story; My girlfriend was keen for a more frequent relationship.
She hassled me for more time and would often ask me where we would be in a certain number of years.
These are exceptions - and the rest are the "stereotypes".Each is shaped by their background, their upbringing, their beliefs and their local customs.An aspie who grew up with loud abusive parents has a reasonable chance of becoming loud and abusive themselves because in some cases, that's all they know.He will come around to your house late at night and yowl like a cat and he'll constantly shower you with words and gestures of affection.Except, that these guys are putting on a well rehearsed show. Some are sincere and some are not - but the "show" is always the same.
That's how they think adults are supposed to behave.