What’s this all about, then?

A few years ago it dawned on me that maybe I wasn’t broken after all. Maybe I just struggled to strive in systems that weren’t built for me. Could neurodivergence explain why I’d always felt like an alien in my own life? Or was I just looking for excuses to explain why I was a bit rubbish? 3 years, a psychotherapy qualification and an ADHD diagnosis later, it turns out I’m not a bit rubbish, but I am a bit different. If you’re neurodivergent, think you may be or just want to learn more about what it means, join me as I explore what ADHD is (hint, it’s not just something that makes little boys particularly fidgety), why so many women are being diagnosed in adulthood, and how we can get to grips with the costs of being neurodivergent in unaffirming systems and environments.

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