Dear Autistic Kid, on meltdowns and shame

via Dear Autistic Kid, on meltdowns and shame

Indeed,

“When I have a shutdown or meltdown, I try to think of it as waiting for my brain to calm down. My brain just gets too overloaded and I’ve had to learn to wait it out. I can be really tired and frustrated after I have a meltdown though.”

And about,

“There are a lot of autistic adults in the world. And all of us have had meltdowns before. Just remember that you’re not alone in that.”

I believe a fitting word to employ would be, Yeppers!

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