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Mental health question?
Really not sure what to call the name to this question. But I'm hoping someone can help me.
Okay so I'm a person who hates being touch at times.. like I hate being tap like if you was to tap me on my shoulder. I hate the feeling of certin textures. I hate my face being touch etc. Why is this?
Sorry wasn't sure how to word this question.
Please no rude answers or how bad my grammar is. Thank you everyone.
And keep in mind I can explode alot when this happens.
Also ever since I was little I've been sensitive to certain sounds/noises and lights
- wishnuwelltooLv 71 month ago
I find this with people who were beaten or have a sexual trauma in their lives. If they were beaten any touch is toxic to them. I find with sexual trauma that they have to be the person to hug someone....but if someone hugs them first it is tricky. I also see this sometimes in the Autism Spectrum
- ?Lv 71 month ago
I do not think there is anything particularly wrong about not being touched sometimes. Nothing wrong with desiring to be not bothered at times. It is normal.
- Anonymous1 month ago
The hypersensitive individual may be particularly bothered by things like weather or barometric pressure changes, crowds of people, the feel of various textures, the way certain articles of clothing fit on the body, the shifting of light or sound frequencies, particular strong, pungeant smells or tastes. It is not uncommon for individuals on the autism spectrum to experience some measure of hypersensitivity, though it's not a characteristic of all autistic people, nor does one need to be autistic to experience a degree of hypersensitivity. Additionally, those who suffer from ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) may experience higher than normal levels of hypersensitivity. The extent to which someone experiences an increased sensitivity can also vary with age—perhaps improving, or maybe worsening as one gets older.