Many Autistic people have clinically elevated levels of anxiety or at least one anxiety disorder – OCD, GAD, Social Anxiety, Separation Anxiety, or other Specific Phobia. Continue reading Autism & Mental Health – Do ALL Autistic People Have Anxiety?
Trying to figure out the future is challenging enough for young adults. Add a disability into the mix, and things get a whole lot more complicated. After all, when you’re neurodivergent, you always have to ask yourself whether or not a particular career will be feasible for you, if accommodations will be available or effective, and what kind of prejudices you’ll have to overcome from the very start. Continue reading Guest Blog: Linda Chase shares How Neurodivergent People Can Thrive in Business
Hello, internet humans, NeuroRebel here, and you may know, or have noticed, that I live in an RV and this week I want to talk about why this has been great for me as an Autistic or Neurodivergent human being. So if you’re at all interested in a little bit about my RV life, stay tuned. Continue reading Autism & RV Life – My Autistic Experience Living in a Small Space
I found myself nodding along in agreement, as I quickly devoured this page-turner, filled with relatable experiences, familiar truths, life lessons, and actionable takeaways for sensory humans wanting to live a more fulfilling life. Continue reading Divergent Minds by Jenara Nerenberg – Neurodivergent Book Reviews
The autistic community is the community of autistic people themselves. If you are not autistic, you are not a member of the autistic community – I’m sorry – because you, by definition, are not autistic. Continue reading The Difference Between the Autism Community & the Autistic Community
Neurodiverse people have a lot to offer society, but first, we must accept them. Neurodiversity is the key, a tool for acceptance.
The world needs neurodiversity for this very reason.
Why is this neurodiverse acceptance such a threat to some people? Continue reading Why the World Needs Neurodiversity
This past week readers on Facebook and Instagram asked if I had stickers with my logo for sale. The ones I had on hand were printed for personal use and I had not found a solution to sell them – yet.
I spent the weekend in a hyper-focused state, eyes glued to the computer screen as I dragged and clicked the items into place. Finally, after WAY too many hours in the same position, the Neurodivergent Rebel store was born!
My experience with Cafe=Press – Check out the video for a few learning lessons.