I am a bit worried that I have a social disability or whatever it is called. I can turn my crying on and off, and I was quite surprised when I found out that others couldn't. I generally have to think about what I'm going to say to someone because otherwise I generally say something that is considered rude. To me I'm just saying how I feel or an observation, but it seems like other people think that it's rude or just the completely wrong thing to do. For example, someone came in to give a talk a a diversity group that I attend and they were super nervous. Whilst he was talking I wrote down a list of observable nervous ticks as well as some tips on how to control them, and I gave him this list afterwards. When I was talking to the school counsellor about it afterwards, she put her head in her hands and properly facepalmed, I don't understand how that was the wrong thing to do though. I mean, didn't I help him?