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  • The Other Half of the Rainbow

    Abstract of the Dissertation    The Other Half of the Rainbow: Physical and Mental Well-being of Women in Relationships with Men with Autism Spectrum Disorder in Comparison to Women in…

  • When Fantasy and Reality Meet

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    One of the fantasies women tend to embrace when getting married, together with the hope to love and live happily ever after, is the fantasy that their intimate partner will…

  • Read Our White Paper!

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    Mixed-neurological marriages are vulnerable to expensive, high-conflict divorce that harms families and benefits attorneys. As stated in our values: 17. We believe that the claim that divorce is always bad…

  • What Catholic Tribunals Know about Autism and Marriage

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    I’m not Catholic. I didn’t know what a tribunal was until last week when I called an archdiocese and started asking questions. I called because I’d heard through the grapevine…

  • Attorneys and the Exploitation of Families with Autism

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    Divorce is never easy. Family life isn’t always particularly easy, either. Adding autism to close family relationships is an additional challenge for everyone. Autism has a genetic component and families…

  • White Paper for Domestic Abuse Professionals

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    Mixed-Neurological relationships are vulnerable to physical, verbal, psychological, sexual and financial abuse, yet domestic abuse professionals have little to no information about the impact of autism on adult relationships. Please…

  • Pamphlet for Religious Leaders

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    Many people marry within a religious tradition and many religions work to support partners as they navigate their marriage relationships. Sometimes religious leaders act as counselors and confidants, doing their…

  • Behind the Mask

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    It is very confusing when there is a huge discrepancy between the public behavior of your spouse and what you experience behind closed doors. What makes it so confusing is…

  • Neurodiverse Marriages in the Jewish Orthodox Community

    Autism in the family is kept as a secret in Jewish Orthodox families, as many other mental disorders, with the aim of preventing harm to the family’s reputation. Even these…

  • Can’t See the Forest for the Trees

    One of the things that characterize people with autism is their ability to focus on details that most people miss. Their brain is just wired in such a way that…