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It wasn’t until I was 35 that I learned the name of the disorder I am labeled with, and after 20 years of searching, I was in need of an explanation.
Sensory processing disorder (SPD) was the first term that explained exactly how I am. A neurological explanation for why I behave the way I do. For why I am so different. For why everything feels like so much of a struggle. For why my life always feels so hard. Having a term to use gave me access to resources, which finally gave me answers.
Becoming active on social media after almost two years of knowing about SPD educated me on my way of thinking. On being neurodivergent. And changed the way I look at disorder. I now embrace my neurodiversity and my unique way of thinking.
I would love to hear of any experiences or resources you would like to share.
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