| Originally Posted by Kat81 |
My MOH's boyfriend has Asburgers.... I know exactly what you mean. He is so difficult to be around and he is 26 years old. He blurts out horrible things without thinking about what he is saying. She ends up in tears but she seems to love him. I am secretly glad he isn't coming to the wedding. He apparently can't make it. It is better off though because he would just say a bunch of horrible things about how hot all the other girls are and make her miserable anyway.
That is crazy that they have the same name!
I have not met and adult with Asbergers yet...that I know of. I often wonder what Drew will be like as an adult. I honestly have trouble seeing him as a productive adult. He has little ability to do things on his own. Well, let me rephrase that. He has no desire to do things on his own. He will complain until someone in the house gets tired of it and gives in. We have been working on this though. He does have some responsibilty. He has to take care of the family cat (feed, water and change the litter) and pick up the bathroom. He gets paid for it weekly.
He is also sooo angry. Is your friend's boyfriend that way? The psycologist said that part of it is male adolecent hormones kicking in but as long as I can remember he has been angry. He has had a rough life with his mom not being around though. Not that I am trying to make excuses or anything.
You know, we have a lot in common. We met our FH on the internet and have people with Asbergers in our life...lol