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3 Reasons Sensory Processing Challenges Can Contribute to Social Awkwardness

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Social stuff and sensory stuff might seem like two unrelated topics, but in my experience, they’re more closely linked than they’re usually given credit for.

In all fairness, it might seem strange to start with noticing sensations in your body if your goal is to make friends. Or to identify the extent of your own sensory differences if you’re trying to understand, or become more comfortable with, school or work social dynamics.

But it can make a difference. Here are three big reasons to start working on sensory stuff if you want to get more comfortable socially.

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