Speak Up!

We should never be ashamed to speak our minds and be our true selves, but the world doesn't always allow for it as neurodivergent folks.

Embracing Clumsiness

Are you clumsy? So am I. I didn't used to admit it, but it's part of my neurodivergence. So let's talk about clumsiness.

It's Not Your Fault...

We may have grown up feeling like our neurodivergence was a problem, but it's not your fault and there is much to embrace about your brain!

To Strategize or Not to Strategize?

Problem-solving can be helpful, but sometimes we can find so many solutions we get stuck. I help us to break through the noise to solutions.

Pacing Ourselves

Having ADHD sometimes means going at your own pace that might not always line up with our peers, is this a bad thing? Not at all!

Sitting with Our Boredom

Does boredom make you restless or even want to take a nap? It might have something to do with being neurodivergent.

Friends as Attachment Figures

Attachment Theory doesn't just have to do with how we relate to our caregivers, but all sorts of relationships, including our friendships.

Socially Different

Some of us are just wired "differently", but that doesn't exclude us from friendship, in fact, it may mean we can offer something unique.

Friendship Status: It's Complicated

Friend can be a heavy word, yet we use it so casually in our modern world. How can we be the kinds of friends we need and want right now?

Curiosity

It might not have always been safe to be curious, but curiosity can be a way to connect better with ourselves and others.

Making a Messy House a Home Part 2

There are countless ways to approach organization and loads of nuances in how we apply them in various settings. We have core beliefs...

Making a Messy House a Home Part 1

Does mess and clutter overwhelm you? Do you also have ADHD or some form of neurodivergence? Coach Brink understands, read to learn more!

 

What's on my mind

I love to write, but sometimes I need a place to try on ideas. Hear my 'rough draft' thoughts on all things personhood, neurodivergent living, and healing in my Sunday letters.