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Welcome to the Myth Busting Neurodiverse Relationships Podcast, with hosts Natalie Roberts and Heather Parks, busting myths about neurodiverse relationships that we’ve realised aren’t true and that were preventing us from recovering and having the relationships and connection with partners and children that we desperately wanted. We’re here to give you hope that change is possible!

Listen on Spotify or your favourite podcast player or watch and subscribe on YouTube.

In this bitesize episode, we’re reassuring you that change is possible even when you’re feeling totally exhausted by everything and possibly also scared to change anything in your neurodiverse relationships.

Perhaps you also have change fatigue, you’re done with changing yourself, feeling like the only one’s who’s trying to make things work better or for your family members to get along better. We know the exhaustion. We know the fear. We know the resentment. We know the fatigue with all of it.

There is a way! A way to being you again. A way to step by step moving out of the totally exhausted state you’re in so that you have capacity for other step by step changes that are aligned with who you are and which ultimately, all your loved ones benefit from.

There is support for you in Loving Difference!

What is Loving Difference?

Loving Difference logoWe’re an online membership community bringing together anyone in a neurodiverse relationship who’s looking for new ways to reverse the impact of unknown neurodiversity and thrive in their relationship and life. Loving Difference is hosted by Coaches with experience navigating life with difference.

We guide members to learn about themselves and their loved ones in a safe, non-judgmental community so that we can inspire and encourage each other to love the unconventional and beautiful differences in ourselves and in our homes.

Lots of love,

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Natalie Roberts

Author Natalie Roberts

Natalie Roberts is an award-winning Master Coach and Mentor supporting individuals and couples in neurodiverse relationships in the UK and around the world. She coaches individuals and couples to reverse the impact of unknown neurodiversity and thrive so that they can be true to themselves and feel empowered to make decisions about their present and future that are positive and hopeful.

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