If You Have Asperger Syndrome...Smile

By Dan Coulter I got a jolting lesson in how appearance matters while sitting in a small-group writing seminar. Jennifer, the speaker, made a point, looked at me and said, “I can tell Dan disagrees with me. He's frowning.” Whoa. I actually agreed with her. In my mind, I had a neutral expression on my face. But Jennifer saw the corners of my mouth pointing down, and misread my attitude. I should mention that when I relax my face, the corners of my mouth naturally point down, so I have to actively move my facial muscles to put a neutral expression on my face. My involuntary smile looks the same as most other people's. But when I'm getting my picture made, arranging my face to produce what look

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