Category: Neurotypical adult

Neurodiversity 101

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Many people (even people in neurodiverse families) have never heard of neurodiversity. So we’re starting with a mini-course on neurodiversity. You can help change the world by forwarding this to friends and family so that everyone can learn about the beautiful diversity of brain wiring in our world!

Not a Parent? You’re in good company

There are a lot of benefits of childlessness. Regardless of whether or not you have kids, you are welcome here!

How Doctors Think About Medication

Rather than being “for” or “against” medication, let’s discuss a more rational mindset.

A Simple Technique for Dealing with Complaining

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We get TOTALLY honest about our arguing…and what helps!

The myth of the sensory kid

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Everyone has sensory needs and deserves a sensory menu.

Focus on Your Goal Rather Than Being Right

Do you find yourself locked in silly arguments about unimportant issues that lead to intense arguments? Here’s a method to end the stand off.

Understanding People Who Struggle With Stuff

Before tackling the stuff, it’s important to check in on how normal it is to keep things.

NT partner: You are Not Crazy and You Are Not Alone

There are reasons you are feeling the way you are and there’s something you can do about it.

Part of Me Wants to Scream: Using Parts to Acknowledge the Complexity of Humans

Talking about your “Parts” is a way of describing the mixed ways you feel or react to a situation.

That Time They Found a Rat in the Chili: How to Deal with Difficult People

Using the SOCO technique to deal with difficult situations