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 […]


Read This And Increase Your Aspergers Social Skills

I get by with a little help from my friends. John Lennon Our friends actually help us get through a whole lot.  As humans, we’re built to be social. Yet, it can be challenging for teens and adults on the autism spectrum to connect with others in order to form and maintain friendships. The PEERS […]

Little Known Asperger’s Dating Quotes

Aspergers Dating Quotes Jerry Seinfield, in one of his standup comedy routines, described dating as follows: “Dating is pressure and tension. What is a date, really, but a job interview that lasts all night?” Joking aside, Asperger’s individuals of all ages yearn, just as any other person of the human race, for a close and […]

Tips For Women With Aspergers: The Social Side of Work

Aspergers Women Work, Too! I met Patricia Robinson about three years ago.  Online, of course, since she lives and works in California, and I’m in Chicago. I’ve learned a lot about Asperger’s syndrome from her blog, and I thought I would share one of her articles with you. Work isn’t just about work, there’s a […]

Have You Seen These 7 Aspergers Dating Tips?

Think of this date as a first step. Dating is a process and it takes time. Sure, you’d like to find instant chemistry, mutual attraction, and common interests. That’s the ideal. But there are many other possible outcomes. If you approach the situation with curiosity rather than rigid expectations, you’ll be less likely to be […]