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My neurodivergence journey

If you read the new page I added to my blog site when I started writing about Diversity, Inclusion, Accessibility, Allyship, and Covering, you may have noticed that I referred to myself as neurodivergent in that blog. In case you don't know what that means, Oxford Languages defines it as "differing in mental or neurological function from what is considered typical or normal". This might leave you still wondering, but I am going to explain the journey I have been on for the last few months (and life for that matter) in this blog.  I've been undergoing a full psychological evaluation for the past month or so and have been pretty distant and running under the radar, so to speak. Let's just say the process is exhausting, not just mentally, but emotionally, and dare I say physiologically.  In case you are wondering what a full psychological evaluation might include for an adult, let me explain. The process started with a 30-minute consultation to understand what I was

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