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Let’s do a weekly win thing what’s something your proud of accomplishing recently or how is your week going

My thing is I am halfway through my coaching certification and I abusive parents how thing they did impacted me without getting super emotional about it #ADHD #Anxiety #Depression #Neurodiversity #Addiction #MentalHealth

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Here’s an article I wrote about understanding why individuals like myself, and other members of the neurodivergent community find connecting so challenging. Also, thanks for letting me share my stuff and help in this group. It’s an amazing community, and I apologize if I share too much sometimes #ADHD #Neurodiversity
Understanding Neurodiversity: Why We All Connect Differently...

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Understanding Neurodiversity: Why We All Connect Differently and Why That's Okay

As A Person With ADHD, Anxiety Here is What I want you to Know About Our Neurodivergent Communication Challenges.
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Hey guys is it okay if I share the first page of my upcoming book Fu@k Stigma

My book explores how language influences our understanding and processing of challenges, stigma, and diagnoses in order to relate, define and process our challenges, experiences and diagnosis #ADHD #Anxiety #MentalHealth #Addiction #Neurodiversity #Depression

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Remember

Talking about mental health is crucial because it helps break the stigma surrounding mental health issues, making it easier for individuals to seek help and support. This openness promotes awareness, understanding, and acceptance, leading to better mental health outcomes and more supportive communities.

Discussing mental health is a sign of courage because it often involves confronting deeply personal and sometimes painful issues. It requires vulnerability and the willingness to challenge societal norms and misconceptions. By sharing their experiences, individuals can inspire others to do the same, fostering a culture of openness and resilience. This bravery can lead to more resources, better treatment options, and a more compassionate society. #ADHD #MentalHealth #Anxiety #Addiction #Neurodiversity #Depression

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Let’s do a check in to see how everyone is do a little ice breaker

I’m doing meh. I was overwhelmed earlier, but I feel a little better now, and I will watch a Star Wars movie because they’re my favorite movies to watch when I’m anxious. Also, regardless of whether you’re not doing great or you are, there’s nothing wrong with either as long as you’re authentic with yourself that's what matters. #ADHD #MentalHealth #Anxiety #Addiction #Neurodiversity #Depression

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How Do You Validate You? I validate myself by telling myself my challenges, thoughts, and feelings are valid, and it’s OK to hold space for them.

As someone who spent most of their life gaslit for their challenging thoughts, feelings, and experiences, self-validation empowered me to recognize its importance. It allows us to shape our narrative with resilience and empathy, helping us withstand criticism and setbacks. Ultimately, self-validation cultivates a more authentic and fulfilling life.

#ADHD #MentalHealth #Anxiety #Depression #Addiction #Neurodiversity #Motivation

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Remember to honour your journey

In the hustle and bustle of life, it’s easy to forget that we are all works in progress. We strive for growth, improvement, and success, but sometimes the path is winding, and the journey takes longer than we’d like. That’s when patience becomes our greatest ally, and remember to embrace imperfection, trust your process, define your journey, and celebrate your accomplishments, big and small. #ADHD #MentalHealth #Anxiety #Addiction #Neurodiversity #Depression

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