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Navigating Coming Out as Neurodivergent

How do you respond if someone you have known for a long time suddenly made you aware of their neurodivergence? My friend had an awesome reaction to my own disclosure, so I thought I’d share what a supportive response looks like. The photo posted here is our conversation (posted with permission, of course!) 🤗

Always better to ask & learn something new ❤️

#Awareness #Acceptance #Support #Comingout #nd #Autistic #ADHD #Neurodiversity #neurodivergent #womensupportingwomen #InternationalWomensDay #Love #navigatingneurodivergence


Surviving to Thriving with Chronic Illness #lyme

I’m Jessica Laura (@jessicalaurawild) and I’m a survivor like many of you are. In 2018 not only was I suffering in silence with Lyme’s disease but also in an intensive care ward fighting for my life after a procedure went disastrously wrong.

After many years of trying to chase, fix and remove my symptoms of bloating, fatigue and hormonal imbalances with diets, medications and protocols I found myself in a cycle of crippling fear and anxiety.
This year I was able to stop chasing my symptoms and instead started to accept and alchemise my illness & body.

5 years of fixing VS 6 months of acceptance has me living a life that is now turned on despite the challenges.
I’m the most free and delicious I have ever felt ⚡️
Everyday is a new

So many of us women are experiencing chronic health battles from Lyme to PCOS and everything in between. #bloatedbelly
It’s its own pandemic and so greatly misunderstood by conventional medicine, therapists, the public and most concerning of all our government.

If you feel me, and this speaks to you - comment below. I would love to hear your thoughts and experiences with #illness 🤍🤍🤍🤍

I would love to connect with you via Instagram or Facebook
Instagram: @jessicalaurawild  Facebook: Jessica Laura Blows

#chronicillness #IBS #LymeDisease #chronicwarrior #womensupportingwomen #PCOS #InvisibleIllness