Neurotypicals married to Aspergers often cite difficulty in their relationship, more so than neurotypicals married to each other.

Some may feel this is even more difficult for females married to Asperger males, but in the interest of not stereotyping, it’s more important to provide solutions that anyone can benefit from.

For males, females, Asperger or neurotypical, perhaps learning emotional and cognitive self-care is the solution.

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Remember our Asperger raver Bradley Gunn, who professed to dancing all night using nothing but water to fuel his high?

The software developer by day has collaborated with Phutek for an ultimate dance/techno hit that echoes a campaign he is trying to spread, “Love, Life and Rave.

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Anybody who’s watched the nerdy and sometimes annoying Sheldon on Big Bang Theory AND has any knowledge of Asperger’s syndrome has definitely made some connections.

Mayim Bialik, who plays Sheldon’s girlfriend on the show has a few opinions on the matter, and as a neuroscientist who took a break from the screen at UCLA, has some great theories on why no one is quick to label Sheldon just yet…She also has some great theories on everybody else’s eccentricities, including Leonard and Stuart.

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Superheroes comes in all varieties, and no one knows that better than one NYC artist who looked to his son for some innovative ideas in the world of fantasy.

The result is a total of three educational books to date, all centered around a character called “Jake Jetpulse.”

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Blue Man Group, known for incorporating music and art with a distinctive makeup set no other act can mimic, will be hosting an autism-friendly performance on Saturday, Dec. 8 at 6 p.m. at the Blue Man Group Theatre at Universal CityWalk in Orlando, FL.

More and more theatrical acts are devoting some of their performances to the cause, but not everyone may know exactly what goes into an autism-friendly performance.

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If you’ve ever wondered what a room or home designed for someone on the autism spectrum might be built like, here’s your chance to learn.

Today’s abodes are so catered to the needs and desires of those that dwell in them–from environmentally desired features like solar power to the curve of the architecture to recreating a theme from history, the possibilities are endless with the right creativity, the right architects and the right budget.

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The news is in and it is confirmed. Men and women really do have different brains. Autistics have even different brains.

So says Simon Baron-Cohen and a group of colleagues at the University of Cambridge after concluding a study that included approximately 700,000 people in the United Kingdom.

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In the world of discovery and invention, it’s often been said that women are left out of the ending credits to the film.

An article from Scientific American suggests this may be true for accurately describing those with Asperger’s or autism.

Ladies, be prepared to either rejoice or roll your eyes in contempt as you read about a Russian’s reports of several adolescents in the early 1920s.

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