Do you self identify or have been diagnosed neurodivergent? Join other women who get it in a safe & inviting space to share and connect.
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Mon May 16 2022
<div>Do you self identify or have been diagnosed neurodivergent? Join other women who get it in a safe & inviting space to share and connect.</div><div style="margin-top: 20px"><div style="margin: 20px 10px;font-size: 15px;line-height: 22px;font-weight: 400;text-align: left;"><p>ONLINE VIA ZOOM</p><p>Welcoming all women who identify as neurodivergent and may have felt like an outsider for most of their life. This is a space to connect with like-minded women and explore what it means to live your truth as a women on the spectrum.</p><p>Emily & Tess (both highly sensitive, late diagnosed ADHDers with ASD traits) know from first hand experience the struggles that can arise on the daily when you’re living in a neurotypical world as a neurodivergent. Yet also not forgetting the magic and uniquness that neurodivergent thinking brings to our lives and others.</p><p>We’ll share and listen in a non-judgemental space. The validation and empowerment that comes from hearing other women‘s stories is immense and acceptance and understanding can bring moments of deep awareness and healing. To know you are not alone is medicine.</p><p>This group is to support you in feeling seen, heard and understood as a women with ADHD, autism or any other neurodivergent quality. We meet once a month for an hour online and look forward to welcoming you.</p><p>If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact Emily via email at email@example.com</p><p><strong>Please</strong> <strong>note</strong>: you don’t need a formal diagnosis to be part of this group, we accept and welcome all women who identify as neurodiverse. The group is open to both cis and trans women of any age, colour, shape, size, ability, orientation and identification. Embracing the WHOLE spectrum.</p><p>See you soon</p><p>Emily & Tess</p><p></p></div></div>