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HELP ASPIE PARTNER IS TOO MUCH

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HELP ASPIE PARTNER IS TOO MUCH

Postby Sandrine » Mon Dec 03, 2018 2:14 am

Please advise, I am losing it.
Class Asperser's Undiagnosed partner won't get help and I'm lost in a sea of disempathy.
I don't want to be a parent to an intimate partner anymore.
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Re: HELP ASPIE PARTNER IS TOO MUCH

Postby xdude » Mon Dec 10, 2018 12:55 pm

Hey Sandrine,

Without a diagnosis from a professional, we'd be guessing regarding Aspergers, and of course there are many reasons someone can lack empathy (including various personality disorders, attachment issues, stress, etc.).

Quick question - Is the lack of empathy something new, or has it always been so and if that, you probably knew that earlier - what changed for you?
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