Thomas also said flirting can also be really tiring."I’m able to have a conversation with you, but I’m going to have to take a massive break afterwards," he said.They usually happen after a buildup of tension or frustration, and can come out of nowhere.
Romana said diagnosis can make people feel very relieved.Flirting is a very big energy consuming adventure." Professor Tony Attwood is a psychologist who specialises in clients with autism and has written books on the Asperger's Syndrome.He said trying to read body language made things even harder for people on the spectrum."I implore other people on the spectrum to date neurotypicals.It might be hard at times, but you'll become better off." Ruby explained that people with autism aren't really great with unexpected turns of events or things that break routine really quickly, which can make meeting new people challenging.