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Relationships

Whether it's making friends, talking to work colleagues or finding love, building positive relationships is important stuff. It may seem scary at times, but don't worry we've got it all covered. In this section you can hear from other people about their own experiences as well as top tips and advice from the experts. 

Dating, with its unpredictable outcomes and unspoken language of social cues, can be difficult enough – but when you have a condition such as Autism or Asperger Syndrome, you add on a whole new level of complexity. It’s the reason why many people with both conditions have been turning to online dating.
Youth Patron Thomas talks about his biggest fears about love and relationships
CONTENT WARNING: This blog discusses sexual abuse and harassment.
myVoice Volunteer Fern Spoke at the National Autistic Society Women and Girls Conference about being on the spectrum and Relationships. See what she said
On Thursday 19th January between 6pm and 7pm we will be having a facebook live event on Sex and Relationship Education
Do you have a friend with Asperger Syndrome? Unsure of how you can be a good or a better friend to them? Read my post to find out how you form a good friendship.
Social interactions can be baffling for people on the autism spectrum. They may become easily overwhelmed or frustrated when they try to develop and sustain friendships. Making friends can be frightening, confusing and anxiety-provoking for people with autism. There are various reasons why people with autism may find it challenging to make and maintain friendships.
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