Though it's sometimes hard for him to let go of his way being the "right" way to do something, he doesn't think that because of these traits he is better than me.I think that the most destructive thing OP described is the DH looking down being NT as being "worse" and then how can he have an equal partnership with the NT spouse?Just learned about Cassandra Affective Disorder, and it really fits me I just want to applaud your concern for your son.My son has an Aspergers diagnosis, and it took a while but the realization finally hit me that I have a lot in common with him.I just want to say that based on my personal experience, counseling is really, really hard.You don't know the counselor, but you're supposed to talk about intimate and personal feelings with them.
When you are dating, then you are the special interest, and it is wonderfully flattering, and he seems so in love. So I got tested and I also have an Asperger's diagnosis.
I remind myself that these traits are the flip side of things that I love and value about him, and that I actively chose when I chose to marry him.
He fundamentally does not think he's better than me.
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