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Well, I hope I'm not the only one who thinks so. But it forces me to talk to people as I hand out candy. And I can make observations ("What a cute costume!") and all that. And I love kids. So Halloween is the perfect holiday to help me with my SA.

Is anyone else having a great Halloween?
 

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I wish I could hand out candy, but no kids come down this little road I'm on because its too dark. Last year I handed out candy at my mom's apartments and it was pretty fun. The kids were cute, and I did socialize for a couple minutes with one parent. It does help with my SA, not only because it forces me to make a couple comments about the costumes, but also because its a generally positive experience.
 

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Another thing when wearing a costume, people don't really know who you are and so you don't feel so selk-concious. Esp. if wearing a mask. I have never done that but it seems logical.
 
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