Recovering from being sociable — Riko’s blog. PDA and more.

I agree with this so much.

Being sociable is hard. It’s tiring, mentally exhausting. My brain feels like it needs a break. This is common for neurodiverse people, not so much for neurotypical people. I’ve heard that for ‘normal’ people, being sociable is a way of de-stressing and recovering from the day’s events😮 For Autistic people and especially for PDA people […]

via Recovering from being sociable — Riko’s blog. PDA and more.

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2 thoughts on “Recovering from being sociable — Riko’s blog. PDA and more.”

  1. This is the 1st I’ve heard of it. Thank you for calling it to my attention. I was the child that perpetually asked “what if” to the point it drove my dad nuts. I’m a generally anxious and fearful person, but don’t feel the need to be in control as long as I can be in control-of my immediate environment, sensory issues. I’ve got better at saying “no” when feeling overwhelmed or knowing I can’t complete a task.

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