I was wondering if anyone ever gets sensory overload. See what has been happening is I have a hard time letting myself feel my emotions so my counselor has had me work on this but after a while of thinking about my traumas I start to get panicky and every noise startles me and I feel like I am on sensory overlaod and need to be in a perfectly still queit environment or I start to freak out. Is this normal and has anyone dealt with this?
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