Madelyn Griffith-Haynie talks about sensory sensitivities as having their roots in the way the brain is wired – fascinating reading!
Are YOU “sensory defensive”
Do YOUR little quirks & preferences (or those of a loved one)
have a brain-based explanation?
© Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CTP, CMC, ACT, MCC, SCAC
from the Comorbidities Series
Regular readers already know of my intense disregard for summer. I can’t deal with heat. Not only am I extremely uncomfortable, practically on the verge of passing out from heatstroke, I seem to lose the ability to think. My brain wilts.
As October is a week old already – Indian Summer begone! – I am practically giddy as I begin to dig out my woolly turtleneck sweaters and the boots last seen before the weather turned beastly hot.
I am eagerly anticipating the arrival of the day when I can put away ALL my summer clothes and start wearing coats and gloves, swaddling my neck in long wool scarves – venturing out once again, in
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