Tag: neurodiverse

  • Special Interests – 26 April

    Special Interests – 26 April

    Disc Golf Lincolnwood is bikable enough for me. I’ve been able to get to almost weekly. I met up with Santi once, who had the amazing idea to stop at Lebanais across the street for some shawarma with the beers I had in my züca cart/cooler. My challenge with Lincolnwood’s course is the wind blowing…

  • Mourning Would…

    Mourning Would…

    Faced with loss, it’s natural to assume that grief and mourning follow. For many folks, mourning is a process with steps like denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. For lots of neurodivergent people, reconciling with loss might look really different. In this post, I’m going to try and relate how I’ve been processing my loss…

  • We’re Always Managing Through Change

    We’re Always Managing Through Change

    To make work a safe place where people feel like they belong, such words need to be backed up with deeds that account for what different folks might need; specifically folks who process information in different ways, at different speeds and intervals. That’s not just the neurodiverse; that’s everyone with communication differences (linguistic, cultural, technical…