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What Neurotypical People Need to Know About Autistic Meltdowns

Autistic meltdowns are one of the most difficult parts of autism for me. My meltdowns were not dealt with well in my childhood.

My parents thought I was just throwing tantrums. They thought I could control what was happening, which was not the case at all.

I was usually locked in my room during these meltdowns. This has added trauma beyond belief, to have been shoved into a room and have the doorknob ripped out of my hand while all I wanted was some deep pressure.

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