Dalla pagina facebook Jaime A. Heidel - The Articulate Autistic (non riesco a mettere un link del post):
Have you noticed that your neurodiverse loved one either doesn't want to get into the shower, but when they finally do, they don't want to leave? Have you noticed they won't get into bed, but once they do, they balk at the idea of crawling out from under the covers?
Are you, a neurodiverse person, someone who procrastinates on a project for weeks, but when you finally get going, you forget things like food, sleep, and bathrooms exist?
Welcome to Autistic Inertia! I'm not sure who coined this term, but it's brilliant, and it's absolutely a real thing.
Neurodiverse people do not like state changes, and I mean that both literally and figuratively. Mostly, we get uncomfortable with state of being changes, but, if it involves going to another state in the country, same thing.