An AUTISTIC's Emotional Radar & PTSD

AUTISTICS are oftentimes very sensitive to other people’s moods. They have an amotional radar, almost like a sixth sense.
So that means, the mood of a person will highly affect an autistic, they are basically like a dry sponge who will absorb all the “water”..
I was around a very angry, screaming dad and depressed mother.
This was absorbed by my system.. Being in a functional freeze/shutdown state was the result…not healthy, but the only way to survive..

Most autistics have been bullied at some point of their lives, so this will discourage them to engage socially – PTSD may be the result of such bullying and mobbing.

Ask Dr. Tony – April 2019 – PTSD & Autism

Strategies to reduce being bullied and teased –

DSM Autism Spectrum Disorder –

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