With your current life with your autism, is it impossible for you to live with rgood fri Nd so you won’t be as Linley?
I have had many emotional issu a and some mental problems from PTSD, DID, Anxiety, Depression, reactive explosive disorder as well as others, I cannot deal with intimacy but I have found I can live with other people. My friends also have issues and we in’s if meld into our own family, sometimes borderline functional bu we still have each other.
It all relationships have to be sexual, in today’s times there is no “normal” when it comes to families.
My niece has Asbergers and is hard to live with, she’s either up all the time or so low she won’t come out of her room. My friends daughter was much the same, more or l so bipolar and a bit of a sociopath. Butch girls met and clicked, they nor have a house and dogs, they get along fine, have each other to talk to and they have to work hard together to keep up their home.
Just a thought, you cannot day just because you are Autistic you cannot live with someone, it may be hard but it is possible, especially if you both have similar goals.
Sorry you feel so bad about your life, what er are dealt Kent fair. I used to be functional, but through massive medical mistakes and screwups I’m wheelchair bound, because of some twit that had to get drunk and head back to her boyfriends party I was hit by a car, put in a coma for 3 months, was stuck in s nursing home where I was abused, then back to the hospital where they killed off my kidneys trying to fix an infection. I’m now on dialysis, dependent on someone helping me in and out of bed, on the toilet, bathing and all sorts of fun things, however I don’t consider myself disabled or handicapped, I’m just no longer able to do all I used to. I could be angry about the PTSD from th we lovely experiences or I could be mad st the twist thwt ran me over and didn’t stop. It gets me nowhere, doesn’t do any good. I’ll never heel or get better, just have to accept that I’m an adult 3 year old thwt needs taking care of and I’m on,y in my 50’s.