Have you ever been judged for having autism or OCD? What if everything you think is wrong about you is actually your greatest capacity?
Have you ever even judged and blamed yourself?
Access Consciousness facilitator and X-Men teacher Diva Diaz thinks you should look at your disorder as an X-Men capability, instead of a disability.
Join Diva talking with The What Else Is Possible Show host Megan Hill...
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I grew up thinking I was a bit mad. I was told that often enough. “Do you know you’re crazy thinking that …” “What do you mean you see what’s going to happen? Don't be silly.” “Goodness, your imagination?!” I was made wrong for a lot of what I was aware of.
With all those projections on me, I was told I was many things. Weird, a little crazy, stupid , and a nutter. Kind friends I had, huh?
In fact, I wasn’t crazy. I was just aware in a different way.
I grew up in a time before "on the spectrum" was something society accepted. I was labeled as sensitive, cognitively slow and hyper.
The signs were all there. I never spoke before until I was 4 years old. I was hyper-sensitive to everyone around me (noise especially)
Diva Diaz is an Access Consciousness® and X-Men facilitator. Being an X-Men herself, she is passionate about this topic and the change this work creates!