Freelance Writing With Sensory and Emotional Overload – What It Means and 6 Coping SystemsPosted in Freelanc-ink, The Writer's Mind Hacks
Disclaimer: I kept my description of sensory and emotional overload – and my illustration above – as non-triggering as possible. I give NO advice in this post about medical or herbal remedies, as I’m not a doctor and you might be allergic to the calming teas I drink. I suggest that you look up authoritative medical, autism and high sensitivity websites for more information. This post is about my own experience with sensory and emotional overload and it might be different for other people.
Have you ever felt your whole body exploding like a minefield, and your head become a big soup-shake?
Then the world stops making sense for you: you can’t articulate speech, you can hardly bear the slightest touch, smell, light and noise.
As a writer, you stop being able to type (the typing sound becomes painful, too) and stare at the computer screen, and you can’t read your drafts out loud to edit.
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