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He’ll stay up to the early morning hours to make sure clothes are folded perfectly.
Unprovoked outbursts can occur when structures like this are interrupted.“He says things that are unrepeatable to our children and to me. She now lives in a different state from her husband and is worn down to the point that she’s considering ending their 34-year marriage.
The sensory overload people with autism often experience also can factor into couples’ conflicts.
A noisy party and the effort it takes to make conversation, for example, can make the individual with autism anxious and less attentive to their partner.
But Lean says hers is a “dream relationship” because her new husband willingly accommodates her needs.
The touch-sensitive man who used to flinch when Anderson would affectionately tuck a lock of hair behind his ear has now learned to give his wife a long hug when she returns after a day at the office.
All of our issues from the past made sense and the puzzle fell into place,” said Diana Anderson of Spokane, Washington.
Before her 55-year-old husband got an autism diagnosis three years ago, Anderson couldn’t understand why he’d agree to do something she asked and then not follow through.
Schumer elicited laughs when she mimicked the befuddled reaction of husband Chris Fischer to a tumble she took while on a walk, explaining that inappropriate facial expressions are an autistic trait.
And she extolled her spouse’s inability to lie, even if he offends others.“He says whatever is on his mind. He doesn’t care about social norms, what you expect him to say or do,” Schumer said.