It must be very draining for you to struggle with household finances and not get the support you counted on from your spouse.I believe that I have Asbergers. Since it is a sliding scale I suppose no two of us are alike. I suppose you will need to decide if you have it in you to work through this. I agree with Michelle that you need help and counseling. It sounds as though your wife is a bit further on the scale than I as I have a good career but I can tell you that all my life interactions have often felt borderline insane for me. Being criticized for not getting the obvious social queues cut right to the bone and gave me a feeling of defective worthlessness. And being in a relationship with a disabled person is more than many can handle so care for yourself and what is left offer to her. Good luck with your decision.
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