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He told me he felt like an off-kilter child during his first five years in the country.
He made countless mistakes, felt embarrassed, but is now proficient in relating to the people from that country.
I asked Aaron, an Aspergers adult, how he learned the social skills required for dating and getting married (he is married with two children). I hung out at restaurants and bars and other public places and watched people interact.
I read every article and book I could find about social interaction, posture, and body language. And I experimented with my posture and body language until I got the desired response.
-Anonymous According to this article in the Guardian, writing letters to strangers is making a comeback.
Pardon all the ads on the article I am including here, but it was one of the only places I could find that lists recommendations of pen pal sites.
What tips do you have to offer each other and the autism community at large about dating, particularly in an NT (neurotypical) majority world? photo credit : rpb1001 on Flickr It is curious that whenever NTs acknowledge how confusing and terrifying dating is, their next breath is given to dating tips and further prodding to learn the NT social rules "just little bit better".
If something scares the crap out of you, and you can't figure it out, maybe it's better to leave it alone.
Learn How to Ask a Person on a Date It's one thing to get to know someone, it's another thing to figure out whether they're interested.
Application:a) Pick one night a week, or every couple of weeks to hang out at public places, and watch people interact.b) Read my article, Social Skills Lessons for Adults With Autism, for tips, books, sites, and movies to help you improve your social skills.
Study those resources to become more comfortable socially.
They got to know each other online, and eventually met up offline.
But be aware that there can be predators and manipulative people online.