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PDA personal experience
  • Lixina
    Posts: 289
    I just wrote a page on my website about what it's like for me as a PDA person. The link is: http://www.geocities.com/abnormaldiversity/PDA_personal.html
    What do you think?
    Ettina
  • webbwebb
    Posts: 2,557
    Hi Ettina

    I have read and re-read your page on your website and found it very interesting.

    Firstly I would like to say thankyou for letting me read it, I found it very interesting to read how you think and feel and why you react the way you do.

    You are good at writing and have a very good insight about yourself.

    Your obviously are demand avoidant and love fantasy and role play.

    I do hope that through your honesty about yourself and your disability, in time, you will meet more people who have the same condition.

    You are right to point out that no 2 people are the same therefore no 2 people with PDA will be exactly the same.

    Thankyou for sharing so much with us.

    Paula
  • MomofC
    Posts: 31
    Thank you for sharing your personal experience.
  • jojes
    Posts: 25
    Thankyou for sharing that with everyone.
    ps be great to have you talk at the next conference .you are brave.from joanne. :)
  • It was very interesting to read about how one person with PDA experiences things, and I think you are a talented writer. Thanks for sharing this with us
  • I too thought it was very good and it gives us a very good insight. I think you are a very talented writer and you have very good personal insight. I'm findng at the age of 10 my son can now explain some of the things to me which upsets him, makes him refuse demands etc.

    Well done, I hope you continue to keep writing :lol:
  • Thank you so much for sharing your experiences. My son is quite recently diagnosed and I have struggled to understand what it is like for him. To learn directly from someone who knows what it is like and is able to document it so well is immensely helpful. Please continue to share your thoughts.
  • Lixina
    Posts: 289
    Here's a blog entry I made in which I tell my life story:
    http://abnormaldiversity.blogspot.com/2008/11/my-life-story.html
    Ettina
  • I am moved by your writings. I also truly appreciate them as they have been a huge help to me in understanding my son and in improving our relationship. I thank you more than words can say.
  • Boot
    Posts: 14
    Your account is insightful, thank you.
    Best wishes for your future hopes.
    Boot.
  • Saw that the link was dead, so I looked for it on the internet archive :-)

    http://web.archive.org/web/20091021131939/http://geocities.com/abnormaldiversity/PDA_personal.html

    Here it is as it was on 21/10/2009
  • bobzy79
    Posts: 1
    just saying thanks for archive link on PDA. that was it lixina??? posted. it helps x
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