Executive Function is a Key Predictor of Life Success
But what happens, when you feel scattered, filled with ideas, but unable to find time to get it done?
In this podcast, I’ll be sharing a message on neurodiversity when it comes to not just being a women, but being a mid-life woman.
First, let me explain what neurodiversity is:
Well, welcome to my brain - and this episode is meant to shine a light on the superpowers and neurodiverse strengths.
Neurodiversity is the belief that conditions labeled as ADD, Autism, Bipolar, Dyslexia etc are brand evolutions of homosapiens. Rather than a defect of the genome.
With this thought, we must consider its values and benefits before considering its obstacles and complications.
If you are a woman with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), you’ve probably known—all your life—that you’re different.
As girls, we learn which behaviors, thinking, learning, and working styles are preferred, which are accepted and tolerated, and which are frowned upon. These preferences are communicated in innumerable ways—from media and books to our first-grade classroom to conversations with our classmates and parents.
Over the course of a lifetime, women with ADHD learn through various channels that the way they think, work, speak, relate, and act does not match up with the preferred way of being in the world. In short, they learn that difference is bad. And, since these women know that they are different, they learn that they are bad.
Let's change that NOW.