Here's the thing. Once the aspects of the Spectrum are discounted or looked past, each person is an individual. And NO TWO persons react identically to identical stimuli. Where one child might be brought to tears by only a stern gaze and voice of a parent, their sibling could be so stubbornly set as to hardly blink if they are whacked about like a handball against the wall.
From this simple truth, difficulty arises in trying to fully comprehend how someone on the spectrum will react until they do. It is even harder when not actually sitting across from them so as to directly observe and catalog bodily cues. acceptance by a patient—which none of the Poohs community are to me—takes patience and time. Online, all you can do is accept and ride out the reactions.
Okay, thank you. Part of the reason I'm on Pooh's is to try and better understand the condition-the extreme reactions by several during my earlier attempts to simply correct grammar, notably Trevor, or apparent(what I have learned suggests it might not always be actually the case) inability to comprehend my advice, such as Trans with David's block or David with understanding the lack of necessity with multiple "where are you"-type replies, has motivated me to research it better and try and understand it more. Thanks for explaining.