I believe that my mother has Aspberger’s Disorder as she is overstimulated tactilely, audibly, and visually. I have always had a sensitivity visually and audibly. For instance, loud noises and people doing things like twitching or even clicking a pen repeatedly has always gotten on my nerves. However, since my brain was injured, this has increased. I equate my issues with a motto that my husband taught me. “If you don’t play the game, you don’t lose.” This means that I tend to steer away from loud noises and urge my children to stop deterring from being fidgety. If they don’t, I tend to leave their presence, as it bothers me and effects my mood in a negative fashion. I do not appreciate a downward spiral in my disposition, so I choose to not play the game as much as I can.