How Do I Know if I am NonBinary? – My Enby Gender Journey

How might one know that they themselves are nonbinary?  I’m going to share my perspective and hopefully this can be helpful to you. Continue reading How Do I Know if I am NonBinary? – My Enby Gender Journey

The Need For Autistic and NeuroDivergent Authenticity

As a Queer, multiply NeuroDivergent human, I have spent enough time living in closets and suppressing myself to know that the keys to my own personal happiness have been found in learning to live authentically and freely as an Autistic and NeuroDivergent and Queer adults. Continue reading The Need For Autistic and NeuroDivergent Authenticity

NeuroDivergent Girls – Recognize Your Strengths, Reduce Overwhelm, and Realize Your Dreams

Meet Lani – recently Lani invited me to have a conversation for her internet show NeuroDivergent Girls. Lani describes herself as a “NeuroDivergent chick that wants to help you connect and understand the complexities of our world.” Lani was diagnosed … Continue reading NeuroDivergent Girls – Recognize Your Strengths, Reduce Overwhelm, and Realize Your Dreams

Autism & Auditory Processing – My Autistic Experience

Hey, internet humans, NeuroRebel here, and this week, we’re talking about auditory processing differences, sometimes referred to as auditory processing disorder and what it’s like for your brain not to process the things you’re hearing correctly. So if you’re interested at all in what this is like stay tuned. Continue reading Autism & Auditory Processing – My Autistic Experience

Autism & Mental Health – Do ALL Autistic People Have Anxiety?

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?

Guest Blog: Linda Chase shares How Neurodivergent People Can Thrive in Business

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