The best place to start is to look at what you do each day. Be careful of your workplace, however, as romantic relationships at work are often discouraged, and sometimes even forbidden.

One reason for this is that it can create an awkward work environment if one person is not romantically interested in the other or if the relationship doesn’t work out for another reason.

In particular, before asking someone on a date, it is a good idea to try to figure out if they have any interest in going on a date with you.

The Resource Directory of the CAR Autism Roadmap™ contains a list of ASD social groups, where you can meet others with ASD.

There is more to asking someone out on a date than finding a person and asking them to go out with you.

If you are a parent or a friend of an adult with ASD, your job is to make sure that the person knows that you are open and available for support.

Some people (even those without ASD) say that meeting people is the hardest part of dating.

As an adult with ASD, you may go through your entire adult life without having much interest in romance or dating.

If you are interested, though, this article contains some tips on getting started.You might also consider looking into events at a local museum or restaurant.Depending on your interests, you might find something right for you (Quizzo, karaoke, sports trivia, for example).However, whether it is , make sure you understand that much of what is depicted is likely not an accurate depiction of dating in the real world. It is important to pay attention to personal hygiene, for example, remembering to shower and wearing deodorant and clean clothes every day.Once you find someone that you enjoy spending time with and are attracted to, there is only so much that you can learn from body language and verbal cues.For example, if it is difficult to distinguish between making a harmless, flirty joke and making a hurtful or offensive joke, try another strategy to show interest, like asking about things the person is interested in or even volunteering to help the person with a project.