Depends how bad it is. My younger brother is autistic and it was a huge strain on me and my family growing up. I have a huge emotional connection to that subject. Because of that I just never want to deal with that again. I'm still a little afraid that one of my future children might be autistic. I don't want that for them.
Yes because they are are the same spectrum as introverts, Asperger's is not a deal breaker, it's a improper wiring of the brain and the synapses sometimes it leads to social awkwardness or talking too much or out of turn or crossing personal boundaries yet that can be conditioned out of her. I know quite a few Aspies I like them they're usually very sweet.
Never had much experience with people with aspergers but as long as she's attractive, fun to be around, trustworthy, and hasn't slept around then I dont think Id lose interest just because of her having aslergers.
Probably, provided that it was not severe. I am a case of high-functioning Asperger's syndrome myself. This makes me socially awkward and withdrawn, as well as having close to zero emotional intelligence. My three children refer to me as Sheldon.
No. I am already shy and have mild social anxiety. I do not need the complications of her literal autism, to make everything more difficult.
Also, some 80% of people with "aspergers" are self diagnosed. If you haven't seen and been diagnosed by a licensed doctor, I call special snowflake bullshit.
Possibly. I know two people with aspergers. One of them... well i could tell she was a little different before i knew she had it. The other however, i had no idea. He seemed no different to me, so i was honestly really surprised when i found out.
So i guess it depends. If she seems pretty normal, and i like her personality despite having aspergers, then sure - why not? But if she seems really emotionally unstable, then I'd be hesitant.
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