Neurodivergent people can often feel like outsiders in a world made for “neurotypical” brains.
This may lead to feeling isolated, like the world is not made to include you, and that you need to hide aspects of what makes you uniquely you- the way that YOU see the world. We see you!
Your brain processes people, places, and surroundings differently. This can result in doubting your personal strengths and abilities.
Feeling unseen in a society that expects neurotypical processing can result in feelings of frustration, sadness, and disconnection from others. Your struggles may arise in work, academic, and social settings, to name a few.
Perhaps you’re still exploring what neurodivergence means. If you’re reading this, then you are likely thinking that your brain processes the world “differently.”
There is NOTHING wrong with you. We are here to help you better understand the unique ways that your brain functions.