"I would say I have relationship difficulties, communicative difficulties, which lead to a lot of frustration. If people were a bit more patient, that would help... Asperger’s doesn’t define me. It’s a condition that I have to live with and work through, but I feel more relaxed about myself. People will have a much greater understanding of who I am and why I do the things I do."...CORRECTION: Oh! It's Asperger's, not Alzheimer's. And here I thought she was dying. Asperger's... I thought that was abolished.
Boyle hasn’t had a boyfriend since her 20s, but hasn’t given up on one day meeting someone. "There’s plenty of time,” she said. Asked what kind of person she’d like to meet, she said: "I’d look for someone young. Someone creative. Someone who would make me laugh. Someone I’d get along well with, who’d take my music further, perhaps. Someone gentle. Someone accepting."
December 9, 2013
"Now I have a clearer understanding of what’s wrong and I feel relieved and a bit more relaxed about myself," she says. "I have always known that I have had an unfair label put upon me."