Giphy Or maybe it just seems that way when you're not. And, well, that just makes things all the more lonely, doesn't it?
But from my point of view, everywhere I look, I see couples.
Matthews is funny, intriguing, eccentric, articulate, a talented artist — all qualities that many people find appealing.
The problem with having Asperger’s is simply that he doesn’t know how to market himself.
If you’re single, you’ve probably heard the well meaning, albeit superficial-sounding, vague admonition thrown at you usually by seemingly content married people. How in the heck do you find contentment with Jesus when you feel the daily nagging ache for true earthly love—the love that even God said is the better way (Genesis )? They’re trying to give you the hint that, while marriage has it’s advantages and is overall a good thing, it isn’t the end all to loneliness and love hunger.
And the reason why married people “insensitively” tell you in so many words to do this, is because they know that marriage doesn’t solve all your longings for intimacy and belonging.
I just so happen to be married, but a few years ago when I was single—and lonely—I began dating Jesus. My husband, great guy though he is, can’t possibly be all I need for unconditional love, security, intimacy and belonging. Without dating Jesus, I’d still be as lonely as a raft at sea.
I have been desperately trying to overcome loneliness—and possibly for a long as twenty years!
He wants that kind of intimacy with you so that he can win your heart with his amazing, perfect love, and make you ready for the big day when you get to live happily ever after with him. Here are some ways that work for me, but the sky is the limit for creativity—just like any true dating relationship.
The key is to make it spontaneous, personal and a major priority.
He is a quality brand struggling with the economics of the dating marketplace.
In that sense, “Aspie Seeks Love” is as much a critique of American dating culture as it is a portrait of high-functioning autism.