How do you deal with it??? When V is being scolded or anoying someone, he has the bad habit of smiling. If I confront him, he just cannot stop smiling and even laugh all the while saying he does not know what' I'm talking about. He will even smile when saying sorry. It's like his face doesn't match the situation and he just can't stop unless I really lose it. I know it is a huge trigger for me, I used to feel like he was laughing at my face. Which acually he is, but I don't think he does it on purpose. How do you teach that one can't do that? That smile and laughs are for happy feelings, not for being scolded or apologizing? Specially since his understanding of feelings is so limited? This kind of reaction is not systematic, but maybe 75% of the time.