Different, Not Less: A neurodivergent's guide to embracing your true self and finding your happily ever after
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But walking a path alone for a while longer is better than sharing it with someone who’s going to make that path more difficult. Why do we validate the wrong just because it’s normalised, and ostracise the right just because it’s not?
book — Chloé Hayden Different, Not Less book — Chloé Hayden
Society often accepts difference in children, but it’s not ‘acceptance’ so much as it is a confidence that those differences will fade. She moved between 10 schools in 8 years, struggling to become a person she believed society would accept, and was eventually diagnosed with autism and ADHD.When a life-changing group of allies showed her that different did not mean less, she learned to celebrate her true voice and find her happily ever after.