Signs of understimulation (Based on a tiktok by ndwellness, summarized for own reference)
1. Craving something but not knowing what it is, as if you "repeatedly open the fridge but you can't find anything that's satisfying"
2. Thought patterns that rapidly become more unrealistic and pessimistic
3. Physically stuck on the edge of your seat, fidgeting or moving from app to app on your phone
4. Worry about wasting time/ not doing what you're supposed to be doing
Well, apparently I didn't use introvert/extrovert in the narrow definition you seem to be accustomed to... and I certainly didn't mean them to be any absolute. As with most shortened descriptions, I wanted to convey the general direction of my idea; to be expanded by the reader with all the fuzzy fringes of reality.
Both ASD and ADHD? Diagnosed?
That does sound strange to me, cause here in germany, you either get an ASD or ADHD diagnosis, never both. They are mutually exclusive. (At least that's what I heard from someone who went to a psychologist to determine whether ASD or ADHD applies to them.)
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