Sometimes, just small things in life confuse me. And I'll go to ask about whatever it is and end up getting treated like I'm retarded or looking totally stupid. It happened to me yesterday. I was justified in my confusion, though. But still. The place I live at switched banks that hold our security deposit, so I had gotten a statement in the mail that apparently I wasn't supposed to get. Thought it had something to do with my mother's estate because it said escrow. So I took it to the bank, thinking it was mine. The teller explained what it was, was nasty about it and showed me one small line on it that said security, like I was supposed to know what it was. Then she refused to give me back the statement, which was my personal mail, told me she was shredding it because it was sent out in error. So, I was left looking stupid and being treated really badly. And I was too sick to fight about it or do anything. I think it was illegal that she shredded my personal mail, whether sent out in error or not. It was still a statement showing how much security deposit I have and I might have needed it for something in the future. Anyway, I just hate getting easily confused and then being treated badly because of it. And sometimes this disease makes it hard for me to get out what I want to say, communicate in the real world. And I feel people take advantage of that. If I'm alittle slower to understand something. I do understand it, but it takes me like another minute or so for my brain to process whatever it is. I tend to do much better online because I can see the written words and my brain understands that. But when it's something where someone is telling me something or I have to read something offline, I can end up confused.