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hadissima·25 days agoText

I don’t turn tan. I turn slightly off-white.

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hadissima·a month agoText

wandering-dogs:

hadissima:

ell-pull:

the-kitteh:

runaon:

run-on-lightning:

cupcakeslushie:

autistic-sowachowski:

winterwombat:

kohotli:

reliquariies:

jaspuppy:

aspergersprincess:

• *someone says something* “what?” *repeats themselves* “sorry?” *repeats themselves again* “pardon?”

•"hey, y'see the red thing at the top of the shelf, will you get it?“ “Sorry, what?” “On the sh-” “oh yeah sure, I’ll get it.”

•*doesn’t hear teacher because someone’s pen is making a scratchy sound at the back of the room*

•*replays video 10 ten times to figure out what they’re saying*

•teachers asking, “why do you always stop writing in the middle of a sentence, just write down whatever I’m saying,” followed by the response, “I’m just processing it,” rebuked by, “we’ll stop processing it and just write.”

•*gets really focused on staring out the window and goes through four songs without hearing a single on*

someone is whispering to their friends in the library, you don’t even know who this person is but you know their major, what state they grew up in, and their hobbies during high school. you just wanted to find a quiet spot to do your chemistry homework.

wanting to chime in on other people’s conversations all the time, but don’t, because you’re not suppose to be “listening” to them.

being the only person in the house that can hear that awful buzzing sound certain electronics make

hiding in your room because everything is too loud. 

motorcycles were invented by satan

being told that you have dog-like hearing by friends and family

being yelled at for “not listening” by friends and family. 

God. God. God. God.

This entire post is so fucking relatable it hurts

“You just need to learn to tune it out.”

Forgetting how to think because ambient noise is drowning out your internal monologue. 

“No, I don’t need the volume up, I’d just really like to put on subtitles. No, I don’t need to move closer, I just…”

Leaving the room whenever someone starts talking on the phone. 

Pausing your video whenever someone starts talking but trying really really hard not to seem passive aggressive about it. 

Struggling to explain why this one sound is the most horrible thing in the world while other very similar sounds are fine. 

you’re trying to listen to what some very important person is trying to say, but you can only focus on the conversations of the ppl around you

sitting in a restaurant and thinking the people sitting next to you are being SO loud because you can hear everything they’re saying, but when you mention it you get weird looks so obviously you’re just overreacting.

not being able to handle the little keyboard sounds as your mom types a text from across the room, but when you ask your mom (who is a quadruple texter) to put her phone on silent you get a murderous look, like you’ve asked her to kill her cat.

turning on ambient noises and trying to relax, only to end up turning it off because it’s not actually helping you fall asleep.

“the speakers are making this high pitched noise”

“what the hell are you talking about?”

“THE SPEAKERS ARE PRACTICALLY SCREAMING HOW DO YOU NOT HEAR THAT??”

“Just ignore it, and focus on the show.”

people telling me “how the fuck can you hear the wall clock ticking but not understand a word im saying when im talking to you??” (i swear i’m not ignoring you, i just can’t process your words)

and the absolute kicker:  it took me nearly three decades of life to realise that all of the above meant I had an auditory processing disorder because, quite frankly, it isn’t discussed enough.  and by enough, i mean at all.

I… experienced way too many of these not to be stunned right now.

i have… most of these??

The clocks ticking. I always thought everyone is just ignoring it and living with it??? My grandma has three or four clocks that are SO LOUD I could never fall asleep even though they were in the other room and nobody understood my problem?

I can also never order at drive throughs because all I hear is crackling, and I just have to guess whatever the other person is saying. Is that a sign too?

Sometimes I think I have amazing hearing but on the other hand I never understand a word and can’t talk to people on the phone because if there’s only the slightest background noise I have no idea what they are saying.

Ive got a sensory processing disorder (auditory included haha), and uh, yeah, those are things.

Also ‘passing’ hearing tests with flyinc colors but having to retake them over and over again because you may have heard those high beeps, but these are Words and you just cant hear those, so obviously it must be your ears.

(I took over a dozen hearing tests in a single school year once. Passed all of then great! Still couldnt hear shit.)

Oh yes I had this hearing test once and I could repeat the noise basically but not the actual words? Like some of them I could replicate but it wasn’t actually a word, it was just similar sounds 🙈

I’m not sure what the lady who did the test with me thought, but she looked at me a bit weirdly 😅

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hadissima·a month agoText

Alright, after being told I’m a racist cunt and to kill myself over a photo of my dog I thought I’d try tumblr again for a bit. Let’s see how this goes.

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hadissima·a month agoText

ell-pull:

the-kitteh:

runaon:

run-on-lightning:

cupcakeslushie:

autistic-sowachowski:

winterwombat:

kohotli:

reliquariies:

jaspuppy:

aspergersprincess:

• *someone says something* “what?” *repeats themselves* “sorry?” *repeats themselves again* “pardon?”

•"hey, y'see the red thing at the top of the shelf, will you get it?“ “Sorry, what?” “On the sh-” “oh yeah sure, I’ll get it.”

•*doesn’t hear teacher because someone’s pen is making a scratchy sound at the back of the room*

•*replays video 10 ten times to figure out what they’re saying*

•teachers asking, “why do you always stop writing in the middle of a sentence, just write down whatever I’m saying,” followed by the response, “I’m just processing it,” rebuked by, “we’ll stop processing it and just write.”

•*gets really focused on staring out the window and goes through four songs without hearing a single on*

someone is whispering to their friends in the library, you don’t even know who this person is but you know their major, what state they grew up in, and their hobbies during high school. you just wanted to find a quiet spot to do your chemistry homework.

wanting to chime in on other people’s conversations all the time, but don’t, because you’re not suppose to be “listening” to them.

being the only person in the house that can hear that awful buzzing sound certain electronics make

hiding in your room because everything is too loud. 

motorcycles were invented by satan

being told that you have dog-like hearing by friends and family

being yelled at for “not listening” by friends and family. 

God. God. God. God.

This entire post is so fucking relatable it hurts

“You just need to learn to tune it out.”

Forgetting how to think because ambient noise is drowning out your internal monologue. 

“No, I don’t need the volume up, I’d just really like to put on subtitles. No, I don’t need to move closer, I just…”

Leaving the room whenever someone starts talking on the phone. 

Pausing your video whenever someone starts talking but trying really really hard not to seem passive aggressive about it. 

Struggling to explain why this one sound is the most horrible thing in the world while other very similar sounds are fine. 

you’re trying to listen to what some very important person is trying to say, but you can only focus on the conversations of the ppl around you

sitting in a restaurant and thinking the people sitting next to you are being SO loud because you can hear everything they’re saying, but when you mention it you get weird looks so obviously you’re just overreacting.

not being able to handle the little keyboard sounds as your mom types a text from across the room, but when you ask your mom (who is a quadruple texter) to put her phone on silent you get a murderous look, like you’ve asked her to kill her cat.

turning on ambient noises and trying to relax, only to end up turning it off because it’s not actually helping you fall asleep.

“the speakers are making this high pitched noise”

“what the hell are you talking about?”

“THE SPEAKERS ARE PRACTICALLY SCREAMING HOW DO YOU NOT HEAR THAT??”

“Just ignore it, and focus on the show.”

people telling me “how the fuck can you hear the wall clock ticking but not understand a word im saying when im talking to you??” (i swear i’m not ignoring you, i just can’t process your words)

and the absolute kicker:  it took me nearly three decades of life to realise that all of the above meant I had an auditory processing disorder because, quite frankly, it isn’t discussed enough.  and by enough, i mean at all.

I… experienced way too many of these not to be stunned right now.

i have… most of these??

The clocks ticking. I always thought everyone is just ignoring it and living with it??? My grandma has three or four clocks that are SO LOUD I could never fall asleep even though they were in the other room and nobody understood my problem?

I can also never order at drive throughs because all I hear is crackling, and I just have to guess whatever the other person is saying. Is that a sign too?

Sometimes I think I have amazing hearing but on the other hand I never understand a word and can’t talk to people on the phone because if there’s only the slightest background noise I have no idea what they are saying.

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hadissima·2 months agoText

First agility training in FOREVER!

This little girl did so well. She got to run the raised (like on the lowest setting but off the ground!) dog walk for the first time in two months and only jumped the zone once, but she tried so hard and was so HAPPY.

Then we did weaves, they are still slightly opened but she did amazing on those too! One side is harder for her, I’m not entirely sure why. Maybe I’m getting closer or running differently, idk. We’ll work on it. But I’m so proud of my little puppy, all that hard ground work is paying off ❤

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hadissima·2 months agoText

My garden is coming to life ❤

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