Hello.If you have known me, you may know I have autism which impairs my social skills. But it's not as bad as for most autistic people. I can speak, but I don't communicate in the same way as others; my diversity in it is especially different from other teen-agers. I think there are a lot of teens who want to be able to treat others in exactly the same way, but you can't do that to someone with autism. They don't talk as much or even, not at all.I'm addressing this because recently, I think one of my co. workers of Forever Company had abandoned me when I was trying to communicate with them. They asked if I wanted to go mining, and I probably didn't answer their question like they were expecting. The question could be answered with just a "yes", "no", or "not yet", but I didn't. Instead, I explained to them why I didn't want to mine the instance they asked me. Once I was ready to go, my potential mining partner for that moment fled from me.From this experience, by now I should start answering a question with a simple answer and THEN my explanations when I'm communicating in real time through text, especially with children from their usually short attention spans. I've been used to people asking me "why?" after I reply back to them "no", and because of this common encounter I have I try to make my explanation and sometimes I don't give them the simple answer."Climb the learning hierarchy from simplicity to complexity."-ForeverMaster0/Byeforeverthe2nd*I think I just established another self-made quote!Have you ever felt abandoned from people? From being different, like me? Whatever it is, feel free to share your story!