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We manually review profiles, and remove or relegate low quality profiles. Teaching Dating and Relationship Skills to Teenagers with High Functioning Autism Dating and relationships can be tough for anyone to handle, but teenagers with high functioning autism face unique challenges. Recognizing Emotions Teenagers with high functioning autism often find the world of emotions to be overwhelming and puzzling. They may not understand the varying degrees within a single emotion, not comprehending the difference between a slight irritation and rage.
They may also seem to show a complete lack of emotion, due to the fact that they don't understand how to express their emotions appropriately. What makes dating and relationships even more difficult is that they find it difficult to understand the emotions of others.
Activity One Materials needed: Identifying and labeling emotions in photos: Using the camera or phone, take photos of your teenager displaying any naturally occurring emotions, both positive and negative. Print out the photos.
Share each picture with your teenager, asking them to label the emotion. After they label the picture, have them tape the photo into the album or notebook and then label the picture with the correct emotion. Identifying and labeling nonverbal clues using photos: Using the photo album or notebook, ask your teenager to look for the nonverbal clues in their facial expression or body language that helped them label which emotion was being expressed.
Have them label the photograph with the nonverbal clues that they find.