Finished reading Temple Grandin’s The Autistic Brain: Thinking Across the Spectrum. I was surprised to recognize how many difficulties I’ve always had that turn out to be sensory-processing issues.
Seeing (pp. 95–96)
- I’m not sure if I tilt my head when I’m reading, but I do look out of the corners of my eyes.
- I avoid fluorescent lights ~ the flickering makes me irritable, if not rageful.
- It took me years and years to figure out how to safely get on and off escalators. I still have problems sometimes. (One of my uncles was an elevator/escalator repairman, and all his horror stories during my childhood about finding fingers and shoes in the machinery did not help at all!)
- My night perception is awful, so I’ve always hated driving at night. Driving at night in the rain is a nightmare.
- I dislike things in my field of vision moving rapidly…
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