Christopher sensory overload
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Left, right, left, right
When Christopher steps off the train, he realized how big the room was, how noisy it was, and how echoey the sounds were causing him to have to kneal down.
He had to imagine a red line on the ground to know where to go and he had to say to himself left, right, left, right while he walked.
While Christopher was walking, he had the feeling of a balloon inside of his chest and it hurt so he covered his ears with his hands.
Christopher went to go to lean against the wall of a shop and started to groan to block out the noise.
While Christopher was looking at all the signs, they started to turn to gibberish because too many things in his head weren't working properly.
While going through the sensory overload, Christopher had to close his eyes, counted slowly to 50 in his head, and he held his knife very closely to him.
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