I felt so inspired by reading the article Researchers Doubt That Certain Mental Disorders Are Disorders At All by Alison Escalante that I wanted to share my own insights about this quite complex but important topic, being HSP and being a member of the neurodiversity movement myself! Why is talking about our anxiety difficult? Why is talking about our burnout or depression taboo while it … Continue reading When acknowledging a neurological trait non longer as a disorder is the first step towards the social acceptance
I am really proud to be invited to join the competition among other inspiring leaders in the category Wellbeing & Sustainable Economy!For a week I will be sharing posts (blogs, videos, articles etc…) related to my project in wellbeing through my WONDR profile. Link here WONDR is an online platform where anyone can share knowledge and insights around purposeful topics such as climate, conservation, sustainability, … Continue reading Embracing Neurodiversity, High Sensitivity and Empathy: How Wellbeing becomes key for Positive Changes
In our former article “Humans: Bad Parasites, Good Sign?” (find the article here ), we made the current suggestion: before trying to answer the question “ how humans could live in symbiosis with planet Earth”, a few steps back should be considered. We should first better understand how rich our own diversity is and how it can help us to build up a more symbiotic … Continue reading HSP, Sensitivity and Xmen Stuff
Climate change is real, and us, humans, are the main agents. We’ve f*cked things up, BUT we can still close the wounds and prevent any further scars to our ecosystem. We still meet some deniers, and some people not understanding the real consequences of our current lifestyles for the future. However, we can thankfully observe a rise of awareness with individuals having a clearer idea … Continue reading Humans: Bad Parasites, Good Sign?