Wow, so as most of you know, I am back in college now, working towards a degree in Psychology. Once I am finished with my bachelors, will be moving on to grad school and getting my PsyD in Clinical Psychology. Anyway, I have a very interesting class this semester, and just in time for summer and the new wardrobe and weather changes, we take an in-depth look at sensory issues.... I swear, I have learned about it from difficult child's psychiatrist in the past, but after this recent chapter, I have a much better understanding of it, and I am finding out that it involves so much more than just the feel of things on their skin. We talked about certain lighting that can set them off because of sensitive eyes, certain smells that can set them off, certain levels of sound that can set them off, and all sorts of neat things. I guess I don't really have much point, other than to express my wonder at how many different things are involved that can set our difficult child's off sometimes!!!!! I was just really shocked!!!