Where was this in my childhood? This stuff is so cool. And this one has a really smooth feeling, like I just need to rub it. Continue reading An Autistic Stimming – Flying Glitter Discs
Do you pick up random objects and stim with them? Just anything and everything? I do. Let me know in the comments below what are you favourite household objects to stim with? Continue reading An Autistic Stimming – Why ANYTHING Can be a Stim Tool
I also like things that have a lot of flavor. This is just one of my favorite sensory things here, is a nice icy pop. Continue reading An Autistic Stimming with Ice Pops – do you LOVE them or HATE them?
It was one of my favorite things, and I still have it. I still like it. It’s still fun. Continue reading An Autistic Stimming – Stimmy Hair Toy
It is a liquid sand filled phone case, and I need a phone case because I drop my phone a lot because I’m clumsy. Continue reading An Autistic Stimming – Stimmy Liquid Sand Phone Case
Those stims that I do when I’m trying to be quiet and still, and not disruptive, tend to actually be stims that aren’t very good for me, like ripping off my fingernails, and things that hurt. So, it’s much better to let my body just stim naturally. Continue reading An Autistic Perspective – Stimming & Masking
And now I’m engaging in a behaviour that is better for my health. I’m a little self-conscious, I need to admit, that I am an adult chewing on something, but I’m going to get over that because this is just so much better for me than biting holes in my lips and mouth. Continue reading Autistic Stimming – My First Chewy Necklace
When I can’t move at all, I start to get this really heavy tension in my body. I get tension in my shoulders. I get tension in my jaw. I get tension in my neck and my legs. I hold my body hard and tight and stiff just to keep myself from moving, and it feels horrible. Continue reading An Autistic Perspective – Stim Suppression
Inspired by #ActuallyAutistic Twitter conversations. Things I wish I’d known when I was first diagnosed autistic. Continue reading Autism and Late Diagnosis – I Wish I’d Known – the Importance of Movement and Stimming
What is Stimming? – this week’s video is on the much requested topic of autistic stimming. What is Stimming & Why Do Autistic People Stim? — Neurodivergent Rebel May 2, 2018 Transcript/Subtitles by: @SeekingSara174 (An Autistic’s Journey Toward … Continue reading What is Stimming & Why Do Autistic People Stim?