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Despite confessing to his wife before their wedding that he was petrified about being the centre of attention, Steve reportedly handled the proceedings brilliantly.
The mother of two explained how he cracked jokes in his wedding speech and recounted several humorous anecdotes.
“He was confident in an intimate setting, particularly when chatting one-to-one, but when he was in a loud and busy place, such as a restaurant, he’d retreat — almost closing down.” However, she insists that his most admirable traits are as a result of his disorder rather than in spite of it.
Bushwell-Walsh praises her husband’s ability to open up her children’s eyes in ways that she cannot due to lack of patience.
2) Not everyone on the spectrum has an aversion to touch. It’s true that while some people on the autism spectrum dislike physical contact or feel they need large amounts of personal space, that’s just not true of everyone.
The autistic friends I have are actually way cuddlier than my neuro typical friends.
I’ve met plenty of autistic people who don’t do hugs, avoid most forms of physical contact and still manage to maintain sexual relationships.
4) A lack of social skills does not mean a lack of interest in socialising.
But that does not mean meaningful relationships are impossible.
Furthermore, entering the game late isn’t necessarily a disadvantage, as the above example should indicate.
In an anonymous post on Autism.org, the mother explained that he husband is incapable of empathy and physical intimacy.
“He is happy to do any job which needs doing,” she writes, “driving any family member anywhere they need to go, repairing anything broken, assisting one of the children or animals after an accident.
5) Our potential partners are not limited to other people on the spectrum.