Pathological Demand Avoidance Explained


Pathological Demand Avoidance Explained. Available in paperback and as a Kindle/E-Book.

What is PDA? What does it feel like? What does it involve?

PDA stands for 'pathological demand avoidance'. It describes a neurotype (type of brain) which is classed as part of the autism spectrum. There's more to PDA than avoiding things. This book describes what PDA is using simple words and pictures.

Author and illustrator Sally Cat is an adult PDA author, artist and blogger. She has posted hundreds of graphic memes describing PDA on her popular Facebook page. This book uses the same format to communicate the lived experience of the condition in an easy to understand way via 75 memes. The topics covered are PDA avoidance, control-need, anxiety, intolerance of uncertainty, social mimicry & masking, emotions, overload, meltdown & shutdown, school and adult life.

Royalties for the book are kindly donated directly to PDA Society.


Author: Sally Cat