I know you won’t get this till it needs to be written. I wish it could have arrived sooner. There’s some lessons you needed to learn, but they came outside of school. You’re bisexual. Not gay, not straight. You love anyone who loves you back. It’s something you should be proud of, and one dayContinue reading “Dear Childhood Rory”
It’s always disappointing to see the same problems occurring in the media around mental health, and especially neurodivergence. Not only were there a number of factual errors, but the very people meant to help us have made clear their ignorance.
It’s time to put the blame where it belongs – on the system that set you up to fail.
[Disclaimer: I received this book for free to read – no review was part of the deal but I really enjoyed it and I think it’s a good resource.] This is an excellent book for an overview of ADHD – it’s not extremely scientific although touching on the science of ADHD. The book is writtenContinue reading “Book Review – ADHD: an A to Z by Leanne Maskell”
I wanted this to be a short summary – I meant to finish this blog a long time ago. Turns out a lot of stuff is related – this is just part 1.
No wonder there’s no advice or methods that work for me… how do you teach someone like this?
I am an autodidact by need.
What if the answers for improving mental health were in a book written over a millennia old…
The issue for anxiety and depression testing isn’t in what it asks you – it’s in what it leaves out instead.
Being isolated is hard – finding a community is important – but there are challenges to neurodivergent life
Time to just start openly accepting myself. Time to become the octopus I deserve to be than the chameleon I was forced to be.