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I have a question: i am very in love with someone who is an

I have a question: i am very in love with someone who is an aspergers.. or has it? I dont know which is correct to say.. But i am so in love with him, but i also feel very alone and unloved sometimes, because he often times doesnt reach out, he says i msis being with me, but its like .. We lack an emotional connection sometimes, and it hurts me.. When i tell him about a situaiton, ive been going through and how i felt, he always is completely logic about it, and maybe not consider my feelings at all, and i just dont know what to do, and right now i just feel hurt and its annoying because i really care about him so much... What are your thoughts?

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Dec 5

Thanks for your response.. It has really got me thinking about some things. I appreciate your perspective, and the fact that you have experience on this subject is really helpful for me.. So thank you. And yes I thought the same thing.. We havent seen eachother for that long, but I think that the trying part of this for me is that I have to explain directly how i feel to him, because normally people understand "hints" and can read between the lines.. And he cant. If I say "Im fine" he will believe it even though I may say in a tone of voice that indicates that im not really fine.. And It really is yeah, challenging..

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Dec 5

@MomLeslieM

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Dec 6

@Faxekondi123 yes...you're right, the explanations have to be given because hints are way to subtle. But, over time that does become second nature and, like I said, can be worth it if you feel like his good outweighs the negatives....but only YOU can decide that based on what the "good" is and how you both really feel about each other - the why's of the love.

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