And I blamed your parents for not teaching you better social etiquette and how to treat women. I will do WHATEVER you want me to.” And that was all. You are in a category all your own, one in a million.But blaming people doesn’t solve anything, and it does not explain the contradictory behavior, nor the fact that so much of it was not intentional. I can’t screw this up.” His response came “Even if that means staying with T. Well, now, it seems that actual figure is more like one in three hundred.Then I became angry and resentful when you did not do them. Many times I could not believe how you just didn’t get it – did not understand at all what I wanted and needed, and did not recognize the sacrifices I made for you.I did not think so then, but now, I believe it is very likely you felt the same way towards me.So they often do not put much effort into their wardrobe, hair or makeup. And as I have read and researched Asperger’s over the past week, it was as if everything I read about it was written about you. From our very first interaction, I knew that you were different.
I became annoyed when you did not do things for me that I assumed all good husbands do for their wives, like give control of decorating the house over to me, offer me massages, give me gifts on special occasions, or do anything romantic.
I felt so confused trying to figure out what went wrong. I sat in mass with the twins (your mom had Nina) one Sunday morning and prayed that God would make His will known to me. I discovered that there are other people who have your same set of traits: an intense passion and focus for one special interest, paired with an odd list of idiosyncrasies and seemingly rude tendencies.