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SpiritBlooms
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10 Aug 2012, 11:04 am

miss-understood wrote:
I'd suggest you work out those things that calm you and are portable and put them together in a bag to take with you everywhere, you never know when you'll need it. Ear plugs? in there... if you are sensitive to smells, something that smells good you like. A fave book, piece of cloth, whatever you like really.
I really feel for you, but can see your dad's need to get you back on the train safely. Many times my son has been mid meltdown and we've had to just try to get him to safety. Let your Dad know how stressful it is for you, ask him to be more understanding in those times, really the last thing you need is him yelling at you and he needs to be more considerate when plans need to change quickly like that. Unfortunately, plans do have to change at the last minute sometimes. :(
Great advice!