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At worst, the grown up equivalents of these situations can be much less than funny.Since the social issues of those on the spectrum often cause them to be naïve, it can be very easy for them to be preyed upon.Chris seems to think that I resurrect this incident because I'm still angry about it, but he is very wrong.I look back at it and remember it as one of those times that he ultimately let me realise how much I matter to him." Situations such as these can cause people with Asperger's to be perceived as uncaring or as lacking accountability, while the reality may be the opposite - they may be internally beating themselves up, but just don't know how to communicate it, make it right or how to comfort the other person.This means that they may be less than prepared to defend themselves verbally (or, in bad situations, physically) in an argument or conflict.When I think of this, I think of the old stereotypes, used often in movies and sit-coms, of a school bully who says something mean to a "geek" type character, who doesn't immediately respond in an appropriate way, but then a moment later says, "Heeey!Typically, problems would arise when I wanted to raise a point over something that Chris had done or not done.

The emotional warning signs that are meant to protect you from difficult or harmful situations may malfunction, or work with such a delay that they lose effectiveness.He has subsequently said that saying sorry in such a situation is hopelessly inadequate, when of course saying nothing is so much worse.And I know that, for me, a genuine 'Sorry' and gesture of affection goes a very long way.Eventually I rang Chris at work, and to my astonishment he was still there long after I should have been collected.He had been unable to bring himself to explain to his manager that he would like to leave to pick me up, and had been hoping to slip out without being noticed. Surely I was more important than a temporary embarrassment.

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