Are there any ladies who would date a guy with Asperger's Syndrome?
I'm a 29-years-old senior at Texas State University. I'm graduating in May with a degree in Geography. It didn't work out when I tried dating a girl who is 19. She also has Asperger's. We're still friends. I have not been in a steady relationship for 4 years. My last gf who I adored moved on to another relationship.
I am a hard nut to crack. Often, people get the wrong impression about me. They think I'm planning something. I don't associate myself with co-workers because I know how people have loose lips in the work place. I've heard from many sources that people think I'm going to snap and go on a shooting rampage. That's beyond me. I would never commit such a heinous act.
Other people get eerie because I am an aspiring horror novelist. My first book I'm writing is a memoir about what it was like living a double-life in the military with Asperger's Syndrome and not being able to tell anybody. Everywhere I looked people had it in for me. They did everything they could to rake me over the coals. The horror novels are for when I finish writing the memoir.
My question is for you ladies out there. Why is it everywhere I look, guys who have no respect for women are the ones who seem to have better luck? Why do I see so many women going for the jocks who drive big pick-up trucks and curse like sailors?
I knew one girl who fell head over heels for a guy who was in prison. They guy is incarcerated in a maximum security prison for bludgeoning a man half to death with a sledgehammer. Before that, she got involved with some drug dealer who split after he got her knocked up. Why do some women have low standards? Why do I always hear women saying they want someone who's intelligent, respectful, well-mannered, and sensitive. I have all those traits, but I don't have the award-winning personality a lot of them want. I describe myself as a coconut. I'm hard nut to crack, but soft and tender on the inside. Can someone help me solve this puzzle, if you would be so kind?