On the other hand, the way you describe the guy sounds like he’s kind of softer or more passive than you.One of the ways I size up a situation is by looking at the details that you choose to tell me.You probably are successful at getting him to call you back by making him feel guilty, but in the long run that hurts your chances for any sort of good relationship. even if you can coerce the guy into doing what you want him to in the short-term, he will see it for what it is and he will either go “cold” or start to resent you for the manipulation. Then you started to like him and maybe you started to get a little needy and that’s where your “aggressiveness” came from.
But if you act aggressive and he gets upset, angry, withdrawn, etc., then you need to rethink how you approach him (or if he even is the right match for you.) As for “guilting” him into calling you and apologizing, I would strongly recommend that you don’t do that since no guy wants to be around a girl who makes him feel bad. I was just playing around and I’m always aggressive towards him.Whenever I contact him, he always writes back…he will just never ever agree to see me anymore.This post is not designed to blame or ridicule men on the spectrum, and it should be noted that they do have more strengths than weaknesses (which we discuss a lot on this site).But for the purposes of this post, we will focus on some of the features associated with AS that can negatively impact romantic relationships.