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auditory processing issues

  1. tazz

    Noise and autism. What's your experience?

    When I was assessed and diagnosed as autistic about 10 months ago, it was identified that I have some visual sensitivities that can contribute to degradation of executive function and eventually to becoming overwhelmed and shutting down. It was also noted that I have some auditory sensitivities...
  2. Suzie D

    Hypersensitivity to noise within autism for university dissertation project!

    Hi! I'm Suzie, a 22 year old university undergrad student. I'm a queer woman based in Newcastle, UK. I'm currently seeking an ADHD diagnosis, but I suspect I'm autistic too. It's been a long discovery process for me and I'm still working my way through it. As long as I can remember, I've had...
  3. T

    Poverty of Verbal Thought and Brain Blockage

    As someone with a history documented more in the realm of mental illness, it's sometimes hard for me to dissect the point where symptoms of mood disorder (among others) end and neurodivergence potentially begins. Some background: I've stated before that I don't have an official diagnosis for...
  4. catdog55616

    Basically Stuck Either Way

    There's a lot of ways this applies in my life. For example, wearing a binder. I'm dysphoric without it, and dysphoric with it. More aware of my chest, constantly feeling it to see if I've "slipped" and have to adjust. Another instance is in school work I have to do. The teacher assigned a...
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