17 Ways to Please Your Spouse or Partner: For Men with Schizoid Personality Disorder, ADHD, OCPD or Aspergers Syndrome J.B. Snow

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Published: January 21st 2016

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17 Ways to Please Your Spouse or Partner: For Men with Schizoid Personality Disorder, ADHD, OCPD or Aspergers Syndrome  by  J.B. Snow

17 Ways to Please Your Spouse or Partner: For Men with Schizoid Personality Disorder, ADHD, OCPD or Aspergers Syndrome by J.B. Snow
January 21st 2016 | | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 11 pages | ISBN: | 3.41 Mb

Many people with Schizoid Personality Disorder or Aspergers Syndrome want to have a relationship with someone else. They might work very hard to capture the attention of another person that they like. However, many people with schizoid personality... MoreMany people with Schizoid Personality Disorder or Aspergers Syndrome want to have a relationship with someone else. They might work very hard to capture the attention of another person that they like. However, many people with schizoid personality disorder and Aspergers Syndrome struggle to maintain a relationship. Some statistics on the Internet claim that the divorce rate for those with Schizoid Personality Disorder, ADHD or Aspergers Personality Disorder is over 80-90%!Schizoid Personality Disorder, ADHD and Aspergers Syndrome causes a lot of different deficits in the communication and socialization of a person with the disorders in comparison to a neurotypical (non-Autism Spectrum) brain.

These disorders also can cause a lot of memory retention problems, cognitive delays, planning issues, rigidity, and aggression. People who grow up with any of these disorders often may feel alienated for most of their lives.A person with Schizoid Personality Disorder, ADHD or Aspergers Syndrome may set their life up the way that they like it. They like things to be just so.

They might like their stuff to be in the same place all of the time for ease of finding it later. They might need the rooms to be very clean or to be organized in a symmetrical way. They might need the food in the pantry, cupboards and the refrigerator lined up alphabetically or in color-coded rows. They might need the lawn to be mowed in certain patterns.People with these disorders also may have Sensory Processing Disorder. They may be sensitive to lights, sound, noise, touch, smells, and tastes.

They might get especially overwhelmed when they are out in public areas. They might become agoraphobic or quite isolated due to their tendency to become overloaded in the environment. Or they develop a strong dislike of other people.This type of person often can have trouble going outside of their home without being extremely over-conscientious of their own behaviors in relation to others. They may have to obsessively check themselves to ensure that they look neat and tidy at all times. They may feel as though other people are staring at them or judging them.

A person with Aspergers Syndrome often might have to put on an act when he or she is in public to try to cover up some undesirable traits or eccentricities that tend to bother other people. People who are on the Autism Spectrum might do a lot of self-stimulating activity in order to focus or when they get excited, such as flapping, pacing, spinning, tapping their feet, chewing, rocking, clicking their tongues or licking.These three disorders come from a variety of suspected source.

There are many theories on why people end up with ADHD, Aspergers Syndrome or Schizoid Personality Disorder. You may have gotten them passed down to you by genetics, especially if there are many people in your family who have quirks, antisocial behavior or eccentricities.

You may have gotten them through an illness or injury, as a head injury or brain damage is known to cause many of the symptoms similar to ADHD, Aspergers, and Schizoid Personality Disorder.Download now to read more!



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