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sensory stuff

  1. jane_doe

    Advice to stop having sensory overload on beach

    I live right next to beach, its practically on my doorstep. Up until recently I have loved going to the beach its so much fun. But over the last few weeks I keep getting sensory over load on the beach.it been the worst today. The sand gets everywhere, the salt makes my hands dry, and the sea is...
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