You’re in a neurodiverse relationship. A tricky relationship. You can’t even begin to understand why he does things the way he does. Or why she does what she does. Your partner can’t wrap their head around what is going on in your head. You are wired differently, a neurologically mixed couple.

You are Opposite AF.

Opposite AF Kristen and David Finch

We get it.

We’re Dave and Kristen and we joke that we are the OG neurodiverse couple. The autistic/neurotypical couple that was out there before it was “cool” to be neurodiverse. (Fun fact: it’s always been cool.) Dave was diagnosed with Aspergers Syndrome (now classified simply as autism) 5 years into marriage and we’ve been figuring this shit out for the last 14 years.
Statistics show that most neurodiverse marriages like ours don’t work. 80% end in divorce (if you believe statistics like that).
Ours has gotten better and better over the years. It is not a perfect marriage by any stretch of the imagination but we have really learned how to LOVE a relationship where you and your partner are opposite AF.
And not just “Yeah, it’s fine. We tolerate each other.” We LIKE each other. We ENJOY each other. We ACCEPT each other.
It hasn’t been easy. We have clawed and scratched our way to where we are now.
We didn’t always know what the outcome would be, but where we are now is better than I imagined we could be.
Now, you might already know this, but Dave wrote a whole book about what we did during the first few years after we discovered our opposite-ness had a name. (It’s a great book, you should def read it – click the pic for a link to our favorite indie bookstore.)

It’s been 10 years since the book was published and there’s a LOT we’ve learned since then. Dave’s “best practices” got us started. The work we’ve done since has gotten us where we are.

And we really want to share our story, our lessons, our successes, our failures with you.

Not because we have any sort of a magic formula for making relationships (neurodiverse or otherwise) work.

But because it’s a different story than what you’re used to hearing.

We blazed our own trail and if our hard work can help someone – whether that means you stay in your relationship or leave – not struggle as much or as long as we did…it will be worth it.

So, we created a fun class/event as a way to share a bit more of harder won lessons.

Journal of Best Practices

What’s Included

A series of pre-recorded videos from Kristen sharing her most impactful and needle-moving lessons

A series of pre-recorded videos from Dave sharing his perspective on what he considers the most important skills he’s worked on

A live q+a session to where you will be able to ask Kristen and Dave anything you want. Anything.

Bonus videos and content that Kristen and Dave think will be helpful on your journey

All for…



Can my partner join me? 
Yes yes! Please invite your partner to watch with you, watch on their own, however it works.

What if my partner doesn’t want to join me?
It’s totally ok. I promise what you learn will still be super helpful for YOU. It might even help you understand why and see if there’s a different approach you might take. At the very least, you will know you are not alone.

What if I can’t make the live q+a?
It will be recorded for you to watch later.

Do I have to be in a neurodiverse relationship for this class to be helpful? 
Noooooo! Not at all. We like to say “if it was helpful in OUR relationship, it will be helpful for ANY relationship.”