9. Sensitive Perceptivity.
People with autism experience the world in a different way than neurotypical people, and numerous women with autism experience violent sensitive perceptivity. They may have a jacked sense of mindfulness when it comes to smells, light, sounds, and touch.
For someone with autism, it’s not just a matter of “ not liking ” certain effects; ( kgh autism services ) it’s a sense of being unfit to tolerate them. My guests have described being unfit to sleep if people are breathing in the same room, having to leave a rail carriage because someone is eating, being unfit to cross roads o drive due to sensitive load, and being unfit to go to shopping promenades because of the lights, sounds, and crowds. ( bwh neurology )
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