Hahaha, I didn't get that. Yeah, knowing someone has issues changes a lot. I'm still learning how to cope with them, even though I've had them all my life. My parents started me on prescription medication at 5 years old, and took myself off them at 17. Soon as I did, I noticed huge improvements related to my attitude, and aggression, but I also noticed that I had major depression and anxiety. All those pills did was cover that up. I started smoking weed two years after that, and I noticed that I was happier, less anxious, and could actually think properly. I still need prescription medication though, to truly treat my depression and ADD, such as Prozac and vivanse, but for my social awkwardness brought on by my autism, I don't think there is any medication besides THC that can help. I don't catch on to social cues very well, so I try to keep myself out of situations where I need to be able to read those cues, but it doesn't always work. So I use my business attitude, which is straight to the point, and always honest. Thanks for trying to understand 5-7, but there are some things that are very hard if not impossible to understand without dealing with it yourself. I don't really understand my own conditions that well.