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  1. Do we need a section on the forum aimed at couples on the spectrum? We could have an area especially for those people who are going through relationship difficulties who could maybe bring their partners to the forum. This could help them to communicate their needs better while doing it in an environment where extra ideas could be offered by other forum members (i.e. couples could offer advice and expertise to other couples who maybe need it and vice versa) This would help people on the spectrum in relationship difficulties by including their other half. That way we get to see the real-time issues as there is often two sides to every story. Let's hear what their partner's think and feel in response to the difficulties. Do they even know there are problems? Do they know the other side to their partner through forums such as this one? Whenever any couple has a problem they could create a new topic just for them and just work at it in an environment where social body and facial language constraints are not such a problem. Such a section could also be inspirational to others who might seek out dating relationships in the future.
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