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Laughter and Empathy as Therapy for the Neurodivergent Mind

When Christophe walked into our studio, his story immediately struck a chord. On the cusp of 40, he never expected that his wife's dual diagnosis of ADHD and autism would lead to his own revelation of living with undiagnosed ADHD. As we peel back the layers of his journey, you'll discover how embracing neurodivergence can redefine personal success, and why standardization in our society often misses the mark in acknowledging individual strengths.

Our candid conversation with Christophe—a seasoned hypnotherapist—takes us through the serendipitous moments of recognizing ADHD traits in oneself and the paradoxical strengths they bring. Whether it's being a 'jack-of-all-trades' in an IT department or tapping into social chameleon skills, this episode celebrates the quirks and the qualities that make us who we are. We laugh about our shared experiences on the frontline of adaptability, and we provide an insider's guide to navigating the diagnosis process in the UK. This isn't just about one man's insight; it's an open door to understanding and harnessing the potential within a neurodiverse brain.

Wrap up your earbuds, because we're about to unpack the transformative impact of therapy, laughter, and kindness on mental health.  And remember Christophe's takeaway: whether you're spreading positivity through your digital presence or learning a new language, the simplest acts can be the most profound. So, let's chuckle, nod, and maybe even tear up a bit as we affirm the profound effects of empathy and humor. Join us for a session that's as entertaining as it is enlightening, and walk away with the mantra that might just make the world a better place: "Don't be a dick."

Lobow’s SPARK is proudly supported by Leo Guinan, Kirk Hofstrom, Casey Elliot, Sarah Delano, Justin Allingham, Blushing Crafter, Jamie Young, and Beth Jones.  It is also supported by 10 anonymous supporters.  Whether you want to be mentioned by name or remain anonymous, this podcast does not exist without you.  Thank you so much for your support.

Lobow’s SPARK has started a fundraising effort for Crisis Text Line. We have a goal of $19 per episode as $19 supports one person in their time of absolute crisis with their mental health. If you would like to donate through our fundraiser in titled “Lauren’s Infinity”, the link is listed below.
https://www.classy.org/fundraiser/3638033  

The background music during the recognition parts of this episode, was written by Guy Farmer.  Look him up on Itunes!!

MERCHANDISE NOW AVAILABLE! This is a work in progress but tell me what you want, and I will make it happen!  https://lobowspark.myshopify.com

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When Christophe walked into our studio, his story immediately struck a chord. On the cusp of 40, he never expected that his wife's dual diagnosis of ADHD and autism would lead to his own revelation of living with undiagnosed ADHD. As we peel back the layers of his journey, you'll discover how embracing neurodivergence can redefine personal success, and why standardization in our society often misses the mark in acknowledging individual strengths.

Our candid conversation with Christophe—a seasoned hypnotherapist—takes us through the serendipitous moments of recognizing ADHD traits in oneself and the paradoxical strengths they bring. Whether it's being a 'jack-of-all-trades' in an IT department or tapping into social chameleon skills, this episode celebrates the quirks and the qualities that make us who we are. We laugh about our shared experiences on the frontline of adaptability, and we provide an insider's guide to navigating the diagnosis process in the UK. This isn't just about one man's insight; it's an open door to understanding and harnessing the potential within a neurodiverse brain.

Wrap up your earbuds, because we're about to unpack the transformative impact of therapy, laughter, and kindness on mental health.  And remember Christophe's takeaway: whether you're spreading positivity through your digital presence or learning a new language, the simplest acts can be the most profound. So, let's chuckle, nod, and maybe even tear up a bit as we affirm the profound effects of empathy and humor. Join us for a session that's as entertaining as it is enlightening, and walk away with the mantra that might just make the world a better place: "Don't be a dick."

Lobow’s SPARK is proudly supported by Leo Guinan, Kirk Hofstrom, Casey Elliot, Sarah Delano, Justin Allingham, Blushing Crafter, Jamie Young, and Beth Jones.  It is also supported by 10 anonymous supporters.  Whether you want to be mentioned by name or remain anonymous, this podcast does not exist without you.  Thank you so much for your support.

Lobow’s SPARK has started a fundraising effort for Crisis Text Line. We have a goal of $19 per episode as $19 supports one person in their time of absolute crisis with their mental health. If you would like to donate through our fundraiser in titled “Lauren’s Infinity”, the link is listed below.
https://www.classy.org/fundraiser/3638033  

The background music during the recognition parts of this episode, was written by Guy Farmer.  Look him up on Itunes!!

MERCHANDISE NOW AVAILABLE! This is a work in progress but tell me what you want, and I will make it happen!  https://lobowspark.myshopify.com

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