Dating an aspie man

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So I have a list I have decided upon beforehand for each chore to do.

It's emotionally taxing for me a lot of the time - essentially I have to be the non-autistic one a lot of the time.For example: I struggle with doing household chores because they can be done in a huge variety of ways (the dishes alone means N!possibilities, N being the number of dishes to wash).He also knows that if things change at more than a snail's pace he might make the wrong decision and it will all come crashing down with little help of ever fixing it.The other upside is that, not being great at real time socialising, your BF is likely to be even more appreciative of having you, will be totally reliable and will never stray.

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