And life is a little weird. I help create strategic campaigns to help businesses gain meaningful awareness.
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To be fair, it is accurate. I have been writing for over 4 years empowering women from all walks of life to create a life they are proud of and inspiring them to cherish the little things.
One child likes to have his sandwich cut a certain way is it a triangle day today? The difference that our relationship made to my life is obvious when I lay out all the events, but one of the biggest changes was invisible; I began to not only accept myself in all my weirdness- just as I accept my husband in his, but also learn about this particular brand of weirdness and start to work with it.
There was also the additional difficulty of my being female.
I believe every brand has a story to tell. I love spending time living and learning through life with our kids and having my own pursuits in the quiet moments. I was so against it.
Seuss quote came to mind. I had an eerily similar experience at the age of See, my husband has been diagnosed with Autism. I learned about myself that I need time to recover after being social, even though I love it.
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And when we find someone whose weirdness is compatible with ours, we up with them and fall into mutually satisfying weirdness—and call it love—true love. After a few months as friends, I met his. Nicole Floss Hello! weeirdness
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Meeting my husband, we quickly fell into our mutually satisfying weirdness. Much later, nearly 10 years later, the diagnostic manual has been changed and he has his diagnosis.
With our children being born of 2 Autistic parents, they will likely be neurodivergent and even the older ones may be. We have 4 children; 2 are my stepchildren and 2 are ours together. Within a few weeks of that we fell for each other and got engaged.
I probably am. My mother and stepfather had broached the topic with me and organised an appointment with a psychologist to consider a diagnosis.