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Chhoww

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Hi all. Glad to have found this forum. Came here to understand how people with ASD see the world, how they deal with ending their day. All the best!
 

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Hello- depending where some people are in the world on here they maybe just starting their day
 

Rodafina

Hopefully Human
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Hi and welcome. Pretty interesting question… I have been struggling with insomnia, but determined to kick it, so I’ve been ending my day with a lot of stretching and calming music. But, if you want to check out a pretty serious thread, there’s lots of us who struggle with the end of our day, I think.

https://www.autismforums.com/threads/insomnia-is-destroying-my-will-to-live.41914/


Feel free to take your time getting to know us… There’s so much written here and hopefully you will find it an interesting place to ask questions and find answers.
 

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Shevek

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Hi all. Glad to have found this forum. Came here to understand how people with ASD see the world, how they deal with ending their day. All the best!
I see the world as interdependent systems that are being thrown into chaos. I see the people running it as creatures evolved to live in groups of about 150 and only coping with modern life using circuits not designed for it. The knee joint makes a good fin, but a bad knee for a bipedal creature, and the mental situation is much worse. People think they are rational, but they seldom have time for logic, and just rationalize what bubbles up from the pre-verbal subconscious.
I have a lot of trouble with maintaining a sleep schedule. I rarely sleep four hours at a time, so I have to do it two or three times a day. I try to maintain regular meal times as an anchor, and then to slow down with some light reading on paper, and then some meditation. Sometimes, I just forget how to sleep, especially if I've had to stay awake when sleepy, and sometimes a touch of bi-polar keeps me up on a project.
 

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