Boundaries: Good for NTs and Aspies
Some people don't understand the value of boundaries. Aspies often don't even know the reason for them, since they have fewer mirror-neurons that tell them why people feel certain ways about things like proximity, snooping, and prying questions. Because of this, aspies will find themselves out of step with neurotypicals. Other times, they think that these boundaries are set up just to hurt them or destroy their fun.
They don't realize that boundaries are for their benefit as well.
Boundaries can be anything, from certain body parts being 'private' to things like cheating in a relationship, stealing, hitting, spreading rumours, snooping, insulting, lying to someone, or even out-of-left-field break-ups. Boundaries are not just for neurotypicals - they are for us too.
As someone with Aspergers Autism, I have had problems with certain boundaries for years. As some of you may know, years ago I let a guy buy me a drink, and when he drove me back to where I was parked, he kept trying to kiss