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I resonate with the sensory experiences you describe; thanks for explaining some of the mechanisms of how sensory overload can happen. I'm still struck thinking about how this would impact kids; seeing this article in conjunction with Judy Endow's recent one about how Autistic adults look different than Autistic kids, because of time to learn how to cope.
I hope the clarity of your writing contributes to compassion and competence, and whatever other impacts you want.
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