Sadly, dealing with Sensory Processing Disorder means that unless I have a quick resolve on an issue or challenge, my thoughts go into overdrive, or panic.
Anything that involves dealing with how my senses see or deals with an issue or challenge, can makes that issue or challenge seem totally out of my depth, until I find a resolve on it. I do however, tend to work through every day decisions effortlessly.
Visual changes bring my Sensory Processing Disorder back, as does a lack of resolve on issues that are bigger than what would be average every day decisions. I’m not a worrier, but I do deal with panic and fear, brought about through a lack of recognition on a way forward, through extensive damage to my frontal lobe, which deals with my emotions.
I usually struggle when problems aren’t discussed and I’m given a fait accompli, which doesn’t concur with my own thinking and my senses go into overdrive. But what I need is help and understanding, not condemnation when others think I need to perhaps approach and tackle my issues and thinking differently.
If brain damage or neurological impairments allowed us to work more than one way, those of like me with brain damage wouldn’t have extensive neurological impairments and there would be a way to work around allowing us to work and think differently.