4 comments on “MY EXPERIENCES AT THE PDA CONFERENCE

  1. This is my first visit to your blog and I’m loving it. I love the quote about there being only two times that we’re stressed. I didn’t know that people with PDA don’t like praise. I, for one, tend not to like it at all. And oh, that part about avoiding blame is so true for me.

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  2. Aww thank you. 🙂 I’m getting better at accepting praise but it’s not easy. I think one of biggest issues with it is that every day is a struggle for me and that’s just my normal and to be praised for just making it through the day seems a little odd to me, does that make sense? :/ You know, I wouldn’t praise you for going to the shop would I? It’s kind of like that. I can see it as an achievement but, like I say, every day is a struggle and every day I overcome some hurdle. Another issue with praise it’s that it implies a demand of an expectance to do “whatever” again, just as well as you did before. That’s a big pressure. 🙂 Thank you for everything. X

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  3. Aww, wish I’d have been able to go, I’d have sat with you!

    It is rather brave of you to go alone knowing how hard it is for you, yet still you go!

    Julia, I know people with PDA generally do not like praise, but you are one awesome person! 🙂

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