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What do we know about specific colors and sounds and how they are related to autism? Are some colors or types of sound better or worse in all cases or is this very different for each individual?
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Well, when I was little, I freaked out and covered my ears when a sound was too loud or unexpected. Fireworks, alarms, a gunfire, etc. But right now, I don't freak out anymore. I flinch, though. Also, some sounds can make an autistic person mad; like for me, baby and toddler crying makes me irritated. Sure it's their way to get attention, but I think they're a bunch of whiners, and they need to man up. That doesn't mean I hate them. I wish there's got to be another way to tell what they want than crying.
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