I met a beautiful woman named Callie. On our first "date" (we really spent most of our time at my house or hers) she told me she had Aspergers and did a pretty good job of explaining it to me. I say met, we were both members of a outdoor club and I had been around her for 2 years. She called me two weeks in a row and finally we got together over the 4th, and spent the next 8 beautiful days together, It was amazing. I did my research and had some I=idea of what she is like. And then she told me she was in love with me, and she had never had these feeling before and said she couldnt eat or sleep, you get the picture. And within two days she started to chainge, the called less or when she did it was to chaech to see if i had eaten. And then last night she freaked completely out at my house, she was terified, and shaking and kept saying she was sorry and she couldnt do this. And she left. Then she called me the next morning and said she thought the feeling would go away over night but they didnt. Today she asked me not to call her again. It broke my heard, my 8 day with Callie were unbelievable, I fell in love, and I know she did to. What did I do wrong, is she not understanding her feeling, did they go away. I need to understand.
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