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Asperger and Marriage; a blog from an NT’s perspective

Many of you may remember that Mr. Aspie Writer wrote this post: I Married an Aspie – A husband’s perspective on Asperger’s Syndrome.  As he has watched me blogging away and plotting long on my memoir, he has decided he wants to give his side of the story.  He wants to share his thoughts (and tips) on life and marriage from an NT’s perscpective.

Originally, he wanted to name to blog, Living with Lucy, because he says I am like living with Lucille Ball. Apparantly, he fears my getting crazy ideas in my head, because he comes home to my executing all kinds of hair-brained schemes.  I, of course, do not know what he is talking about.

Instead of Living with Lucy, he decided on My Aspie Wife, where is he going to–well, blog about ME!  This could go very badly for him. (Just kidding–sort of) Aspie Teen wants to write a blog now…well about “crazy mom”.  I don’t know how I feel yet about everyone in my house jumping on the bandwagon here…apparantly I am an interesting specimen around my house.  Either that or they are going to take out their ultimate revenge on me by telling the whole world all my dark and dirty secrets–oh I already do that!  Let the blogging begin!

This is Mr. Aspie Writer’s aka AspieDad, aka SuperheroDad, aka Hubby’s first blog posting, Decompression : Night & Day Differences. Wish him luck!

Jeannie Davide-Rivera

Jeannie is an award-winning author, the Answers.com Autism Category Expert, contributes to Autism Parenting Magazine, and the Thinking Person's Guide to Autism. She lives in New York with her husband and four sons, on the autism spectrum.