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  1. Gummi27

    Smiling/Laughing at the 'Wrong Time'/Inappropriate Facial Expression

    Something I enjoy about talking to people who are straight forward is not having to read between the lines. Especially when I've had little sleep or know I have something stressful coming up, like an appointment, or a car ride. Being able to focus on what they're saying and to just take it in as...
  2. The Gentle and Brave Writer

    Info Junkie

    My seven-year-old son laughs every time he learns, or understands, something new. He recently asked me, how people with disabilities manage to do stuff. I explained that everyday tasks are harder to accomplish, but that they learn to do things in a different way. Then, I showed him a video of...
  3. Tyrantus1212

    Laughing at 'the wrong time'

    I have a history of laughing when I really shouldn't be laughing. For example - whenever my parents would read to me. Dad would read me a serious fiction story about a man trying to hunt down a giant worm, but all I thought about was the man and the worm becoming friends and living in a gigantic...
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