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Managing Perfectionism

Managing perfectionism. Perfectionism is common amongst neurodivergent individuals. It can be used to navigate a world that feels confusing and unpredictable.

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The hidden shame of neurodiversity

I have not always been proud of myself, I have not always liked myself.

For years I let the negative taunts from school (teachers and peers) stay in the forefront of my mind. Letting those voices replay, over and over

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Dyslexia – Don’t call me stupid

Dyslexia is a neurological disorder condition that is lifelong and does not get better with age, although people do develop complex coping strategies. The disorder affects individuals in varying degrees of severity.

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