Hi guys! Neurodivergent Rebel here, and I am an autistic adult. I was diagnosed late, before I turned 30, so I went a long portion of my life not knowing that I was autistic.
And one thing that a lot of late diagnosed autistic people have in common is something that I guess I’m going to call right now “stim suppression” where, and I don’t think I’m making this term up – I’m sure this probably exists somewhere – that’s just what’s in my head.
And so, this would be where a lot of autistic people, we naturally – well, autistic people naturally move to regulate ourselves. It’s just how we regulate our energy. Our energy goes up, there’s a burst of intense energy in the body, be it joy or anxiety or anything, and we regulate that out through movement. …
Christa Holmans (US)
- An Autistic Perspective – Stim Suppression – Neurodivergent Rebel
- Fight, Flight, Freeze – An Autistic Perspective – the Fight or Flight Response – Neurodivergent Rebel
- An Autistic Perspective on the Fight or Flight Response – YouTube