Meltdowns part one

For those of you who want to know what a meltdown is like in the shortest and simplest answer I can give it is sort of like having a seizure.  You can’t tell when when one will occur, how long it will last for, and you are always left physically and mentally exhausted after one happens.  Part two shall come tomorrow after I too finish my current meltdown as I am having a very hard time today dealing with my Autism

Thanks for reading!

Autistic Female 


2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Kameron
    Sep 17, 2013 @ 06:14:18

    Thank you so much for blogging this,and being my voice when sometimes i dont have one. Recently, i have been dating a guy(bryan) and we have come to some very hard bumps with my meltdowns. You see, he thinks being autisitic is like an act, yet he is the one that figured out my secret of being autistic. Now my relationship with him is too ruined. I am sad that i cant find some answers on how to stop these “meltdowns” or find someone that accepts them, and can forget it after it happens. Any suggestions for another girl with autisim?


  2. Autistic Female
    Sep 17, 2013 @ 15:38:40

    One you cant stop having meltdowns, they are a part of life and even neurotypicals have them. Secondly if he cant accept you, your autism or meltdowns than he is not the one for you. there were plenty of men I had to say goodbye to because they were not accepting of me and I cant be with someone like that. Life is hard enough you do not want to walk on egg shells when you shouldn’t have to. Good luck!


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