Positive reinforcement flywheels driving community habits

For those of you who don’t know — I am neurodiverse. I see a specialist twice a month who focuses on helping me understand this and assist me in working towards better habits. I take medications that help me navigate the chemical imbalance of my brain as well.

It took me nearly 15 years after diagnosis to not see this as a weakness — but as something that just is. Understanding how my brain works and its strengths and weaknesses, and how it’s motivated (for better or worse) has significantly improved the quality of my life — both physically and mentally.

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