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Muddling through: An Aspergers tale — Married to Aspergers.

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Blog - Muddling through: An Aspergers tale — Married to Aspergers.


An honest, open blog about muddling through family life with a husband/dad newly diagnosed with Aspergers. Written from the point of view of the wife/mum who feels like, often, she's the one holding it all together. Sometimes it may be the platform for a rant, sometimes it'll be tender and proud. At other times, it'll be laugh out loud. It'll be life. And the reader will live the journey with us as we muddle through it...

Get to know me:

Hi, I’m 37, have three kids and am married to someone recently diagnosed with Aspergers. I’ve started writing a blog, as a sort of therapy really, as we all muddle through life. The perspectives of other people with Aspergers on our day-to-day lives & wranglings would be really helpful. I’d love to hear your comments.
Relationships are difficult at the best of times: two completely different people coming together and trying to make life work as a unfied whole. Add kids, lack of sleep, the relentlessness of them always wanting your attention and energy, the day-to-day challenges of life, work demands, friends and wider family also needing your time – and the tension really mounts! I know that family life isn’t easy for anyone.
But when Asperger Syndrome is also thrown into the mix, navigating through life together can feel impossible at times!
I hope that this blog can bring some encouragement, some empathy, some comfort – just from knowing that many of us are going through the same things!
As a family, we’re committed to making our relationships work – this blog is my commentary, as we walk along that road!.


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