Where is Steve Now? Surrounding a group of people with autism as they roam the complex world of dating with the hope of finding a real partner, ‘Love on the Spectrum U.S.’ is as realistic as smart. After all, this emergence of an anonymous Australian name not only confronts misconceptions in their lives but also underscores the fact that everyone — different or not — desires to be loved and respected. Among them was San Franciscan Steve, whose bright smile and contagious hope won our hearts from the moment we left.
Where is Steve Now?
As a self-described narcissist and vocalist, 63-year-old Steve was diagnosed with neurodivergent a few years before the recording began. Thus he was often misunderstood or obviously treated as “strange,” which he incorporated in such a way that it seemed to affect every aspect of his daily, personal experience. Yes, Steve’s kindly father was one of the few who regularly received and communicated with him without hesitation, but this did not deter him from his decision-making work.
“Growing up,” Steve said in Netflix documents, “I always knew in-depth, depth, a depth that I really didn’t fit. Inside my brain, I knew something was different. I might be a little stubborn, I might be confused, but you know what? The intentions are always good.” So when he was diagnosed, he found himself not only his assistant but also a health coach to help him understand ASD and how to live within his means.
“I feel very lonely at home when I am alone,” Steve admitted when he revealed that he had not been married for the rest of his life. “To have a lovely wife, oh my Lord; that would be a complete dream come true. ” He later said he was afraid he would not find love before he added, “I think I am meant to be with someone, a woman. This loneliness … is not mine. So Steve tried to date online and met a few women but to no avail. It was Candida, but while Connie was interested (following their good day at Pier 39), he just didn’t feel the chemical build-up.
Still living alone in San Francisco, California, Steve reportedly continues to seek a partner with the help of his support system. Although he gets good advice from his best friend Stan and daily help (including how to use a computer) from assistant Shorae, his health coach Elain guides him with pointers and exercises. The latter has made it clear that he will still need temporary support at the moment, but the good thing is that it will not interfere with his wishes.
Honestly, as Steve is really excited about starting his romantic journey, we just hope he will find his heart’s desire soon. “I want a lovely lady who knows nothing and who is very receptive to my madness, with a loving heart,” he once wrote in a letter to his future girlfriend, and all his words are still valid. “… I’d like to have your friend. We will show each other the way. ”