For mine, there's still an air of innocence and naitivity. It blinds him from realizing how few friends he has, or how people see him when he's behaving oddly or rambling on about things they don't care about.
not picking up on social cues is something we are working on, but in a way it helps him not get his feelings hurt as well, since he's not picking up on it like everyone else does.
He happily assumes everyone is in agreement with him, is into what he has to say and that everyone likes being around him. If he realized the truth it would be hurtful. He's more-or-less avoided by his peers and teased and he doesn't realize it but we see it all the time.
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