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My partner had a accident this week, he slipped and fell on the ice and has hurt his arm, he went to A&E and its not broken he has soft tissue damage, he is moaning and wincing like crazy and i am struggling to deal with it, i sound like a complete cow and horrible partner to him but i cant help it, he is not himself so i have to deal with that also he is off work so i am having to deal with the change of him being home all week when its not planned, i am trying i really am to be nice and give sympathy but its just not me its going to be a long week, i am stressed overloaded i feel sick because he is not himself, but just don't no what to say to him i had a 3 day headache so far so not sure that's gonna go any where i just want him to be himself and be back to work but if he is feeling bad i cant make him go back so i just have to deal with it . anyone have the same sort of problems with partners and sickness, when iam ill or hurt i just deal with it i dont want any sympathy
Hello to all! I am new to this and I am finding it helpful I was diagnoses with Asperger's in July and I told my partner soon after. I love him very much, he means the world to me but I don't think he understands just how much AS impacts on my life. I have printed off leaflets and read them through to him but I still don't think I'm getting through to him. There have been occasions where I have gotten upset and angry (mainly due to sensory overload) and he has done his best to make me feel safe and calm. I have currently been waiting since July to get some help from the NHS in regards to my mental health as it has been slowly deteriorating, my GP says that I will get some therapy sessions. I was wondering what everyone thinks about me taking my partner to one of the sessions? I think it might help if I have a professional who knows how to explain it better than I can. Thoughts? Please!
I have lost a couple of girlfriends, not that i would leave someone, but they left coz they lost interest, i guess they didnt know me that well that perhaps another aspie would, instead of looking at the neurotypical and (excuse my language) sometimes cultural-freaks, so called "normal" girls, an aspie that can relate to the same struggles and more subtle language or way of communicating could work out better? How does that usually manifest itself? Is it less endless smalltalk and preach in self-entitlement and less pressures to be that "picture perfect manhood" and having to meet pain in the ass relatives and go shopping cloths to pick for the girl? Is there problems of to much attachment and jealousy, more or less? Etc? (I might oversimplify but there u go) Can someone relate to the difference?