I am newly divorced from an Aspie and yes the divorce will be bad as he will take his revenge but at the end of the day it can go to court for the financials and they will hopefully be sorted fairly. I had a few very happy years and four very broken hearted years. I am still in love with my ex and probably always will be but if I had not got out I would wind up a very unhappy and broken old lady one day and maybe worse.View Thread
I agree with everything you have said and am now newly divorced. Stupid thing is that I am still deeply in love with my ex. He denied being Asperger but ticks all the boxes. I was very happy at the beginning of the marriage and he was seemed fine although I knew from the moment I set eyes on him that something was amiss but could not fathom what it was. Being so in love I accepted his quirks and thought them charming at first but soon after marriage he changed completely and locked me out. I hope in time the heartbreak will subside and that I find a man I love as much. It seems to me a no win situation. Also I was concerned how he would have been if I got very ill as he does not seem to have much care for humans on the whole although he is great with animals which I find strange. I actually suspect he has known for a very long time he is Aspie but for some reason does not want to admit to this.??? That is a big shame because if he had told me I would not have beaten myself up so much wondering what I was doing wrong.View Thread
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