How To Keep A Conversation Going

Have you ever felt victimized by awkward silences in a conversation?  You’ve gotten comfortable starting conversations, but inevitably the other person stops talking.  But you struggle with how to keep a conversation going.  It’s one thing to keep all those conversation starters in mind, but then what? Well, there’s good news: keeping a conversation going […]

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Free Conversation Starters Tips

Please raise your hand if you’ve ever felt trapped and awkward in a social conversation.  You don’t know what to say, or the lights are too bright, or the sounds are too loud.  You’re fine talking one on one, but when two or three people join in, you’re lost.  Then there’s all their body language […]

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If you’re not sure what to talk about, remember the acronym FORD: 

  • Family – Ask about their siblings, children, parents and/or friends.
  • Occupation – Ask about their job or school.
  • Recreation – Ask about what they enjoy doing outside of work/school.
  • Dreams – Ask about their future aspirations.

 

http://www.conversationstarters.com
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M. Kelter, from The Invisible Strings blog has taught me so much about Aspergers and autism.  Visit his Facebook Community Page as well.

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Loving Someone with Asperger Syndrome (Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications, 2012)


Dr. Ariel has worked with Asperger-neurotypical couples for years.

Whether you or your partner has Asperger syndrome, this book will help you better understand Aspergers.  Dr. Ariel stands apart from many marriage therapists in that she understands many Asperger characteristics and helps both spouses better understand each other.

She includes loads of practical problem solving exercises that would help any marriage, not just an Aspergers-NT marriage.

Read my article, Keep Your Marriage Strong with These Organization Tips, as an example of one of her helpful exercises.