Stockton_Malone wrote:bananapeanutbutter wrote:Stockton_Malone wrote:TrialLawyer16 wrote:
None of us have actually met you, so we can't tell the severity of your "lack of social skills". We're just going off of your posts, which could be exagerrated due to cold feet.
Hey guys, I'd like to make it clear to everyone that I'm not exaggerating, and that I tried to present my difficulties as matter-of-fact as possible.
why don't you just ask a lot of questions? you may be overrating this. odds are your personality will be preferred to someone obviously phony given the relative intelligence of the people making these decisions. i can't relate to not wanting to look at people's faces when i talk to them but why don't you just practice it.
I look at a person's face when I'm talking to them, but I can't read it. It is incredibly hard for me to detect emotions or decipher what a person is thinking from facial expressions.
yeah, i can't relate to that but i don't get why it would influence you more in law than any other field. i also don't think you can be discriminated against for it, or that people would care if you just make that clear to them and ask them to just verbally communicate everything they have to tell you... not being afraid to ask them about what their look means if it's in a conversation and not creepily random.