I mean, I'm only kind of worried but there is still worried so I guess it isn't clickbait. I have Asperger's and, aside from that, I am a pretty charismatic and sociable guy. Now, that being said, in part due to my Asperger's and upbringing, I have serious understanding social boundaries. This is worrisome for me because I am currently in the "first, non-committed stage of a relationship" with a girl and I really don't want to blow this. Now, I am a very attractive and handsome dude, whatnot with being very understanding of others emotions pretty well and being mature and a little wiser than most men my age (I'm only 22, so I still have a lot of work ahead of me, but I feel confident in saying all that I am), but my past relationships have gone south because I didn't know how to treat the person I'm dating as just a friend. The girl I'm dating right now, from how we have interacted, the interests we have, and the mutual affection shared, is absolutely perfect so far and I don't wanna mess up my chances with her. From what I get, she is as enamored with me as I am her, but again, I have issues knowing what is appropriate to say so soon and I don't want to mess this up. I'm not talking about anything sexual, mind you, as I'm waiting til marriage to do anything like that, but just like personal stuff: when do I bring up my fight with PMO, my upbringing, my beliefs and morals, and other deep and important stuff? We've only been talking for a few days, and I know that is an INCREDIBLY short time, but I know how to vet the people I want in my life and this woman has met every qualification I have thus far and seems like an absolute dime. To me, it is imperative that I do not mess this up. I'm a lot more confident IRL, but for this moment, I am not so because I just don't want to mess this up in this regard. Any advice or suggestions would be appreciated, I just ask that you have some tact, if you could please. Thanks!