See a transcript of a previous chat on this topic here: April 18, 2021.
Rejection sensitivity and rejection sensitivity dysphoria means hypersensitivity to criticism (or anything that could be perceived as criticism), associated with intense feelings of rejection.
Here is more information: https://www.webmd.com/add-adhd/rejection-sensitive-dysphoria
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Q1. Do you experience rejection sensitivity (or rejection sensitivity dysphoria)? What is it like? Share as much as you want. #AutChat
Q2. Are there certain things that trigger your RS/RSD? Are there certain situations or conditions that make you more susceptible to it? #AutChat
Q3. Have you tried any strategies for self-managing RS/RSD? What did you try, and how well did it work? #AutChat
Q4. Have others tried to support you when you are experiencing RS/RSD? Did it help? Are there things that don’t help? #AutChat
Q5. Is there anything you wish others know about RS/RSD or how it affects you? #AutChat
Questions written by @autisticb4mmr