The noise in this house atm is enough to make your ears bleed! (2 x asd ). Normally I don't hear it - that sounds weird, but over the years I have developed the ability to tune out the screams and squeals and stuff to the point that I can carry on a conversation while "ARRRGGGHHHH BEEEE babababa, two two, haaweeeeeeahaa, hey hey hey ARRRGGGHHH WWRRAAAAGGGHHH...." goes on in the background (ask my sister! ) but sometimes it does penetrate.
I'm afraid that I just yelled "Oh for the love of god, this noise is driving me CRAAAAAAAAZY!!"
ds1 came straight over to me, frowned, laid a hand on my forehead and said "aaaaaah, do you have a headache?"
But also thrilled at the fact he was able to think what might be the matter, and cared, and sympathised!!
oh bless him but i completely feel you on this im so good at channeling out also but today with all this re write for the statement me having to pen another letter not agreeing etc ds was why this and this and this and this and car sticker look whats his name bare in mind 189 characters wants me to do this every day today i had enough i don't want to do it again today im sorry i shouted too but made it up by reading Fraser the eraser lol
so no don't feel guilty we do so well every day were entitled not to for one day or that brief moment anyway
I am very bad at channeling out noise- I have a tendency t overload in noise myself, so it's a bit of a nightmare.
DS3 has taken to screeching like a baby at every perceived slight- 99% of the time nobody can work out what the matter is, and we can't understand him (as wella s the ASD language issues, he has scarring around his mouth from a fall at school a year ago that affects the minimal words he does use)
Dh finds it ahrd as well so ahs given up tonight and sat them all down in front of ghostbusters- silence!