Challenges in Traditional Work Environments

Neurodivergent individuals face numerous challenges in traditional work environments that are primarily built for neurotypical individuals. These challenges can look like this: Sensory Overload Many neurodivergent individuals are highly sensitive to sensory stimuli, such as bright lights, loud noises, or crowded spaces. Open-plan offices, fluorescent lighting, and constant background noise can be overwhelming, leading to […]

Time Travel, Parallel Universes, Cloning, and Grief

During a conversation with a friend, something unexpected came up. K, with a hint of hesitation, confessed to having delved into the realm of time travel by conducting some extensive Googling. Amused, I assured them that their curiosity was perfectly normal, and playfully added parallel universes and cloning to our list of intriguing topics. After […]

The Emotional Journey of Grief and a Light Bulb

Life can sometimes take unexpected turns, leaving us feeling overwhelmed and vulnerable. This past weekend, I experienced a series of challenging events that culminated in an unexpected breakdown. It all began with a seemingly simple task – changing a light bulb. Little did I know that this mundane activity would trigger a flood of emotions, […]

Navigating Grief: Understanding Different Reactions and Finding Support

Dealing with grief is a deeply personal experience, and it can be challenging when friends and family respond in different ways. In this blog, I share my own journey and highlight three distinct strategies that emerged from the people around me. By shedding light on these responses, I hope to reach those who may benefit […]

Grief in the ‘What if.’

Sometimes, it’s difficult to put into words the thoughts that linger in our minds, the ones that play the “what if” game. It’s a game that can consume us, as we ponder the countless possibilities and wonder about the actions we could have taken differently. What if… I had extended our conversation by just two […]