Question: #NeuroDivergent From What, Exactly?

Don’t miss this fascinating insight from the originator of the Neurodiversity concept, sociologist, Judy Singer, as she breaks down the concepts ‘neurodivergent’ and ‘neurodiverse’ and muses over what normal really is, anyway!

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Reasons Why I Love My Autism

J.Q. Isidore lists the reasons why she believes autism should be viewed in a positive light, and why autistics may even hold an advantage at life.

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Three Ways I use Humor as a Tool for my Wonky Brain

Neurodivergent brains are often prone to spiralling negative thoughts. Alissa gives us some brilliant ways to quell this destructive pattern using humor.

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THE BRIGHT SIDE OF AN ANXIOUS LIFE!

Sam digs deep to see beyond the pain and search for the brighter side of anxiety, depression, and PTSD.

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The Bright Side of ADHD

Megan considers ADHD to be her superpower! Here she discusses the positive sides to her diagnosis. Do you agree?

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RE-WRITE YOUR DYSLEXIA STORY

For a long time, Sabine couldn’t see anything positive about herself after continually being made to feel stupid during her school years. Learn how she turned things around, including some ideas for you to try.

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Creativity Functioning Skills: Rethinking Executive Dysfunction

Is the modern-day push for executive functioning skills destroying our creativity levels? Neurodivergent activist, Marta Rose, examines the evidence.

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Neurodivergent Kids Need a Strengths-Based Schooling Approach

Are you trying to navigate the current school system with a neurodivergent child? Sandra draws upon her background in education to discuss her ADHD son’s strengths and how the current school system isn’t meeting expectations.

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Are Neurodiversity Advocates Sugarcoating the Difficulties Neurodivergents Face?

Does the neurodiversity movement gloss over the more negative aspects of our conditions? Plus, a call for some common ground to be reached between the disability and neurodiversity camps.

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My Brain: a Love-of-Learning Machine

Being neurodivergent can foster a lifelong love of learning. Tiffany discusses how this perk of neurodivergence helps her relationships.

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My Bright Side: Successes, Hopes, and Dreams

Author and bipolar advocate, Kitt O’Malley, has come a long way since her bipolar diagnosis during her college years. Here she discusses the brighter side of her diagnosis.

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Do you have ADHD and struggle with poor sleep issues? In this article, Marc explains the very best sleep hacks that help him get a solid night’s sleep and perform best in the daytime.

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Neurodivergents and Flirting Cues!

Have you wondered if someone is flirting with you? Our resident body language expert explains these telltale clues!

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Discovering Autism: My Diagnosis Changed my Life for the Better

Discovering she was on the autism spectrum completely changed Sullivan’s life for the better. Read about how the diagnosis impacted her life.

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10 Distraction Techniques for Empathetic Goofballs

Is it helpful to use humour and goofiness to diffuse a tense situation? Neurodiversity speaker and advocate, Jordan Dellinger, gives us 10 useful ways to use the lighter side of life to create healthier situations.

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You are not the sum of your ADHD diagnosis! Read Alyssa’s take on her whole self and how she keeps that pesky negative side at bay.

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Memes for Mental Health

Jade discusses one of the mechanisms behind why memes can be so good for our mental health.

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Humor Heals

Wickie delves into how humour has helped her bipolar, depression, and anxiety.

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Diamonds in the ADHD Mine

Today, if you’re struggling with your diagnosis or wonder why you aren’t “normal,” try to remember how folks with normal brains flat envy the things that makes your diamond ADHD brain shine!

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