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Welcome to The Neurodivergent Magic Podcast, where you'll find new episodes every Saturday on topics related to neurodivergence in all its forms. We talk about autism, ADHD, and other neurodivergent experiences, but we also talk about the specific experiences we have as neurodivergent folks, like time-blindness, executive dysfunction and more. I'm your host, Megan Griffith, and I am so excited to share my personal experiences and research with you in this podcast. Want to connect with me? ww ...
 
Comedians Abigoliah Schamaun and Joe Wells are neurodivergent, meaning their brains work differently to how society expects brains to work. Abigoliah has a diagnosis of ADHD and Joe has an Autism diagnosis. In this new podcast they talk to other creative neurodivergent people about their experiences of having differently wired brains. Subscribe to our Patreon for bonus content. https://www.patreon.com/neurodivergentmomentspod If you've had a Neurodivergent moment you're happy to share with u ...
 
The Neurodivergent Leader Podcast creates a safe space to explore paradigms around neurodiversity through humor, transparency and the commitment to empower all voices. Join hosts Heather Wagner and Donna McLaughlin as they elevate neurodivergent leaders and their contributions, share tools, advocate for access and acceptance and educate listeners on the strengths and challenges surrounding neurodiversity in today’s neurotypical world.
 
Sandra is the writer behind @nd.narratives that was @theadhdgoodlife on Instagram, a page where she shares her experiences and insights from her late in life ADHD diagnosis and Autistic self-diagnosis as a Black femme and transracial adoptee. This podcast explores the unique experiences of neurodivergent people (particularly those who've been historically excluded from mainstream neurodivergent narratives), often considering intersectionality and social justice lenses while sharing tools and ...
 
Have you ever wondered what it is like to be a neurodivergent autistic person? Now's your chance to sit down, listen, and learn. Whether you are a neurodivergent person yourself, or you love someone who is neurodivergent this podcast will open your eyes to the daily life of individuals living with autism and other neurodivergent traits. Travis takes the listener along a journey through his ups and downs of life with autism. You will learn how Travis uses applied behavior analysis to teach hi ...
 
This podcast will cover a plethora of topics and has been created as a space to celebrate Neurodiversity. It is also a place where we can embrace our Neurodivergence, and unapologetically be ourselves. We are quite political and forthcoming with our opinions. You don’t have to agree with them, but they will be presented here, often quite passionately. Warning: Explicit language may be present in some recordings. Season 1 includes ‘off the cuff recordings’, rather than planned discussions, so ...
 
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This week Abigoliah and Joe chat with one of the most clever and interesting men in the world. We talk about the times when we talk to ourselves, what we have to say, and how it impacts our relationships with the real people we're talking to. Robin has an incredible body of work from books, to stand up shows, to the long-running science based radio…
 
I don't know about you, but when it comes to fashion I STRUGGLE. I talk to a professional Wardrobe Stylist, Paul Julch who provides amazing styling tips for those of us with ADHD including** Not spending to much** How to visualize our wardrobe** Shopping with purpose& More!You can find more of Paul's amazing tips on his Instagram @urbsuburbstyleHis…
 
This week I talk with Avery, The Quiet all about the differences between Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) and Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (CPTSD). Follow Avery on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@quietbpd?lang=en --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app…
 
This week Abigoliah and Joe chat with comedian, writer and heavy metal historian, Andrew O'Neill We talk about all the ways in which Andrew is a proud weirdo and Andrew gives some advice for being weird too. Check out Andrew's work; the book (A History of Heavy Metal), the sitcom (Damned Andrew on BBC Sounds) and the band (The Men That Will Not Be …
 
This week, I thought I would share with you my presentation from The Neurodivergent Lived Experience Summit, all about executive dysfunction and laziness. This presentation was definitely inspired by the book Laziness Does Not Exist by Devon Price, which I cannot recommend highly enough. Join The Neurospicy Club before doors close on January 18th: …
 
If you have ADHD you are likely aware it is uncomfortable for you to set boundaries. So often we are willing to bend and break ourselves and sacrifice our own happiness in order to make others comfortable. Today you and I will have a chat of why it is important and ways you can set healthy boundaries at work, in relationships, and with strangers. I…
 
This week Abigoliah and Joe chat with comedian and underground hair model Eryn Tett We couldn't decide on a theme so it's both Communication and "Being Cool" Abigoliah mentioned her Leicester Comedy Festival show next February. Buy tickets here: https://comedy-festival.co.uk/event/abigoliah-schamaun-legally-cheeky/ Rate, Review and Subscribe and we…
 
There are a lot of obstacles that Autistic and NeuroDivergent People face, from sensory challenges, communication challenges, and misunderstandings with NeuroTypical people, and sometimes even other Autistic and NeuroDivergent People. There’s also the challenge of not having people respect and understand the way you process information. With all of…
 
According to understood dot com: executive functioning is a set of mental skills that includes working memory, flexible thinking, and self-control. We use these skills every day to learn work and manage daily life. Trouble with executive functioning can make it hard to focus, follow directions, and handle emotions among other things. This episode i…
 
It's the crossover you've all been dreaming of! This week Abigoliah and Joe chat with comedian, writer and host of The Guilty Feminist, Deborah Frances-White We had a great time talking about starting and finishing for someone with ADHD. Abigoliah mentioned her Leicester Comedy Festival show next February. Buy tickets here: https://comedy-festival.…
 
Something that we tend to agree upon, when talking about Autistic burnout, is that it is the result from having to force ourselves into a society that wasn’t designed to take our needs and considerations into account, whether that is our sensory processing differences, our differences in the ways our bodies move and the ways we communicate. This ep…
 
I, like many Autistic People, experience stomach issues and stomach distress. There are a multitude of reasons, and triggers, for my tummy troubles. Today I’m gonna share about my experience of being Autistic and having problems with my stomach, and digestion, and why I think so many Autistic People also struggle with this. This episode is also ava…
 
I feel my emotions very intensely, and because of that intense internal emotional experience, sometimes that results in me having a very intense outward emotional expression, that can be seen by other people around me. This episode is also available as a blog post: https://neurodivergentrebel.com/2022/11/30/neurodivergent-emotional-differences-my-a…
 
First off, there are various types of energy a person can feel, or experience, in one’s body. There is emotional energy, when you get really excited, happy, angry, or scared, energy rises in your body… or if you are feeling down and depressed, you may have energy drained out of your body. Those are emotional energy fields. There is also sensory ene…
 
One of my main stims, since I’ve been a very, very, young Autistic Person, has been revolving around music: singing, humming, dancing, rhythmically making up lyrics to things- rhythmic stimming. A lot, throughout my entire life, has been stimming with music, which is literally one of the main reasons I picked the name Lyric, because music is such a…
 
Hi, my name is Lyric, and I am a late discovered, NeuroDivergent adult, meaning I’m Autistic, but I didn’t find out I was Autistic until I was 29, and the ADHD wasn’t diagnosed until I was in my mid-thirties. I went a large portion of my life, falsely, believing I was a NeuroTypical. Because I did not have the autism or ADHD labels for myself growi…
 
As I’ve said, I’m openly Autistic, and I’ve been openly Autistic since I started this blog, almost six years ago now. At this point I can’t “put the cat back in the bag”, so to speak. It’s now forever out on the internet. If you Google my name, you will find out that I am Autistic, ADHD, trans, and all of these other details, that I can no longer h…
 
I’m covering a reader question: “wondering if you could cover the topic of connecting with other people, and building friendships while on the spectrum.” Something else that’s incredibly important, for me, as an Autistic Person, and my relationships with other people, is: I need people in my life to be willing to accept me for the whole person, my …
 
As an Autistic Person, I find that my brain is constantly processing a lot of information on overdrive. I don’t tend to have filters that allow me to filter out distractions and background noise and other sensory things. This episode is also available as a blog post: https://neurodivergentrebel.com/2022/10/12/autism-sensory-overload-my-autistic-exp…
 
Some of the meanest, and cruelest, things that were done to me, as a young person, by other young people, were people tricking me into doing things, because I thought they were my friends, but really they were trying to trick me into doing things that would get me in trouble, or that would amuse them. When I was very young, I didn’t understand, yet…
 
When a toddler is first learning to stack blocks, what do they always do? One block on top of another, as high as it can go, right? And then it falls over. As they get older, they start to realize that if they build a larger base, they can get a taller and more stable tower. In this week’s podcast episode, I go deep into how to apply this same conc…
 
It's another episode of the only podcast hosted by two comedians whose names are Abigoliah Schamaun and Joe Wells This week we're talking about Special Interests with writer Pete Wharmby. Buy Pete's new book here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/What-Want-Talk-About-Interests/dp/B0B7SKMV6W/ref=sr_1_1?crid=OOX2VJZVN96L&keywords=pete+wharmby&qid=1670549402&…
 
“Gaslighting” is Merriam-Webster's word of the year. In today's episode Jami chats with you why those with ADHD are so susceptible for others to gaslight them. Also, be sure to take the quick survey about where you would want to take a trip with The Neurodivergent Nurse. You can do that here. Refer to harassment in the workplace at US Equal Employm…
 
On our last episode for Season 3 we answer your questions! We cover: Questions around diagnosis, including the process of getting a diagnosis, grief and identity issues around late diagnosis, when to tell kids about their diagnosis, and the pros and cons of diagnosis Why is it that some neurodivergent people seem to ‘thrive in chaos’ and others nee…
 
If you didn't know Jami was the host of First Do No Harm podcast. In 2020 Jami's wonderful mother was diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer. She has fought and enjoyed every minute of life she had left through the years. Unfortunately 11/23/2022 at 11:52pm her battle with cancer was over. Jami recorded an episode in May 2019 about the importance of lovi…
 
It's a new episode of the only podcast about neurodiversity hosted by two comedians whose names are Abigoliah Schamaun and Joe Wells This week we're talking about Dyspraxia with comedian John Hastings John's on a UK tour next year, buy tickets here: https://www.thejohnhastings.com/gigs.html Rate, Review and Subscribe and we'll see you again in two …
 
This week we welcome Clem Bastow to the pod. Clem is an autistic author, cultural critic and screenwriting researcher from Naarm/Melbourne. Their work appears regularly in The Guardian, The Saturday Paper and The Big Issue, and their debut nonfiction book ‘Late Bloomer’ was published by Hardie Grant in 2021. They are currently completing a PhD in s…
 
Let's talk about TRAUMA. Seriously, this is such an important topic, and I've brought in abuse recovery coach for moms, Karleigh Lynne to talk about how trauma changes the brain and how you can start your healing journey! P.S. Karleigh and her amazing insight on trauma will be part of a HUGE upcoming project that I'll tell you all about soon! Keep …
 
This week we have Barb Cook on the pod. Barb is a neurodivergent author, speaker, and advocate, best known as founder of Spectrum Women Magazine and leading editor and co-author of the book, Spectrum Women, Walking to the Beat of Autism. Barb works in her own practice, the NeuroDiversity Hub in Gympie, as a Developmental Educator, Integrative Nutri…
 
In today's episode, I chit chat with you about what's been going on in my life. I mention some incredible people, here's their information so you can check them out: Rosemary Clark: https://www.afteraces.com/ July Cyvonne: https://www.juliecyvonne.com/ Sadie, Your Social Anxiety Bestie: https://yoursocialanxietybestie.com/ Get on the waitlist for T…
 
It's a new episode of the only podcast about neurodiversity hosted by two comedians whose names are Abigoliah Schamaun and Joe Wells This week we're talking about non-diagnosis with the founder of Lil Titsy, Melin Edomwonyi. In this episode we talk a bit about coercive control in cults, if this is something which resonates with you then here are so…
 
Since getting "older" I have constantly felt as though life is going on for everyone but me. I remember studying Human Growth & Development for Nursing School and realizing my development and stages didn't match the "normal" person. Our ADHD brains can make the time that we begin accomplishing things, including success to be on a completely differe…
 
On this week’s episode we discuss Pathological Demand Avoidance, or PDA. We explore what PDA is, including the history of this construct, and the positives and negatives of the PDA concept. We cover what factors can contribute to demand avoidance amongst neurodivergent people, including personal, neurobiological, cultural, and social factors, and c…
 
In today's episode, we talk with Bri all about self-diagnosis and why it's an absolutely valid alternative to professional diagnosis. We talk about crappy healthcare (in both the US and Canada), why Bri is happily self-diagnosed right now and not seeking professional diagnosis, and so much more. Neuroclastic Diagnostician List: https://neuroclastic…
 
This week we explore repetitive behaviours. We cover repetitive behaviours in autism, OCD, tics and Tourette’s Syndrome, and hoarding behaviour, including what causes and drives repetitive behaviours across these neurodivergences. We discuss the overlap of different neurodivergences that include repetitive behaviours, in addition to what distinguis…
 
WE'RE BACK! It's a new series of the only podcast about neurodiversity hosted by two comedians whose names are Abigoliah Schamaun and Joe Wells This week we're talking about coping with comedian Robert White. Note that the episode touches briefly on some potentially upsetting topics including suicide, eating disorders and complications during child…
 
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Trigger warning: This episode contains multiple references to sexual assault. Listener discretion is advised. It is a disturbing reality that neurodivergent women are more likely to experience sexual assault in their lifetime compared to neurotypical women. In this episode we define sexual assault and sexual consent, and chat through the statistics…
 
In today's episode, I read some snippets from the written report from my autism & ADHD evaluation process. I just thought people might enjoy hearing what the assessor picked up on when talking to me; I know I found it interesting! If you have any questions, please feel free to email me: megan@neurodivergentmagic.com Want to join the Neurodivergent …
 
"White supremacy is not a glitch, it's a logic of the software." - Dr. Kimberly Douglass Let's talk about how white supremacy has shaped the way we've previously talked about neurodivergence, and how we can learn to talk about it differently. How to use a different logic to understand the world, and ourselves. Follow Dr. Kimberly on TikTok: https:/…
 
Dr Tanya Murray is an autistic woman and the principal project officer for the All Kinds of Minds team for the Department of Education in Queensland. This week we chat with Tanya about diversity and inclusion in the workplace. We cover what inclusion means in a workplace, ways that workplaces can work toward inclusion, make change, and embrace a di…
 
So I was recently professionally diagnosed with both autism and ADHD. And honestly, it's still a bit surreal. But I've been getting lots of questions from you all on how I got diagnosed, so this episode is all about what went down! Self-Diagnosis Is Valid episode: https://anchor.fm/neurodivergent-magic/episodes/062--Self-Diagnosis-Is-Valid-e1fjmip/…
 
There are a lot of NeuroDivergent People who are discovering that they have brains that work very differently than many other people in adulthood, and late in life. This week I wanted to talk about why. I was not labeled Autistic or ADHD, however, I was labeled stubborn, difficult, sensitive, rebellious, fussy. The list really goes on and on. I cou…
 
This week we welcome Dr Sarah Bernard on the podcast. Dr Bernard is a disabled autistic ADHDer doctor based in Perth. She is a research team member at Autistic Doctors International and is passionate about disability advocacy and neurodiversity in healthcare. We cover a lot in this episode, including Sarah’s experiences as a neurodivergent woman in…
 
In today's incredible interview, I talk with Joanna all about her late-diagnosed ADHD. How she realized she might have ADHD, how she went about getting diagnosed, and how her life has changed since. She's full of incredible insight, so don't miss this episode! Need help with your budgeting? Joanna can help! Take $20 off the Mega Savings Mini Course…
 
A lot of time, we spend talking about sensory distress, sensory overload, and sensory troubles, because these things often are more obvious to people on the outside, or can be more of an inconvenience on our day to day lives… but there’s also a good side to these sensory differences, called sensory euphoria, and I wanna talk more about that with yo…
 
Every single human being, whether they are NeuroDivergent, NeuroTypical, Autistic, non-Autistic, has their own unique sensory profile. This episode is also available as a blog post: https://neurodivergentrebel.com/2022/09/21/autism-neurodiversity-and-sensory-processing-an-autistic-perspective-on-spd/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The e…
 
In this episode Michelle and Monique explore two of the most common mental health conditions: depression and anxiety. We unpack what separates normal sadness and worry from clinical levels of depression and anxiety and what the ‘purpose’ of these emotional states are. We discuss the overlap of depression and anxiety in neurodivergence, including ho…
 
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