Thanks to everyone's posts I'm happy to say that my fears have been calmed. I am totally in love with my BF, who happens to have AS. He's a bright and cheery guy most of the time and I understand it when he becomes quiet and withdrawn. He just got a great new job, he's a cashier at a Liquor store. He has always been fascinated with Wines, Liquors and the like. His goal is to become a Wine Consultant. He's also in his last year of College, and his schoolwork is causing him stress. When he needs help he asks for it. And I am happy to help him. The one thing that could make things better would be if I could move back home to Jersey. He hates the distance, so do I. I was just recently asked if I would be interested in a position back in my home area. It would be a pay cut, it's temporary and it wouldn't be in my field, but it is a fun opportunity and rewarding. Not to mention I would be alot closer. This may sound odd, but I don't want to move for him. I know that guys come and go and I don't want to move just because he is there, I want to move because that is where I feel most at home. I love him and it would be a perk to live 30 minutes from him instead of 2 hours. Well please wish us luck! I hope everyone here is well!
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