I’m not beholden to the Q&A format here, but this is a statement capped with a question mark. A mark that underlines your problem.
Slow down and practice privately. Start with the ‘question’ above: when you can conduct your correspondence with clarity of thought, translate. Don’t approach women. Just have something to say when something should be said—and only then. You can consider this something carefully, but don’t compose. A simple idea will do. With failure—honest failure—the lesson alters vision and vision becomes instinct, a means of navigating your way through any conversation.
My own vision has blurred lately. Betts says I need reading glasses.
It’s not good for you to squint. The children are going to have an unwell grandfather in the home now, and they don’t need a blind father on top of it.