trusting your instincts

For a lot of neurodivergent people, any internal inquiry automatically comes with self doubt, self criticism, and a lot of distrust.

On Being Hopeful

Neurodivergent people may struggle to hold onto hope, but it's possible to cultivate more of it.

Envy & Neurodivergent Brains

If the core message of envy is “I want what you have,” then what happens if the object of envy embodies a privilege we can not?

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.

ADHD and Anxiety

How does ADHD impact anxiety and vice versa? Read Coach Brink's insights to living with ADHD and anxiety, while still thriving.

Big Heavy Feels: Grief & ADHD

When you are more acutely aware of your feelings, as many neurodivergent people are, processing grief is especially challenging.

3 Lies We Tell Ourselves

We don't mean to lie to ourselves, but a lot of influences train ADHD folks well from childhood. Are you lying to yourself?

No Perfect Conversationalists

There are no perfect communicators, but ADHD can impose additional obstacles when interacting with others.

Are You Good At Anything?

The things people with ADHD struggle with are NOT character flaws, though we often see them as personal weaknesses.

 

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.