Out of everything I deal with, my senses bother me the most. Unless I find a resolve quickly on a particular issue, I usually have to quickly remove the issue so that it doesn’t leave me panicked, anxious and living in fear.
The same thing can happen around change. Although I am good with change, certain changes, which seem relatively little to someone else, can bring about problems through sensory processing issues.
Sadly, since Sensory Processing Disorder is something I will have to live and deal with for the rest of my life, it’s important I continue to find ways to manage the condition. With Sensory Processing Disorder, one size certainly doesn’t fit all.
The more I read, the more I find out about what I deal with. In my next blog on SPD, I will explore in more detail my sensory processing symptoms.