NeuroLove Blog

All things Psyche & Wonderfull 

NeuroLove is acknowledging that we we are all unique in our own neuro diverse way and celebrates neurodiversity. Behind every great mind is our unique neurological network. 


I love reading 📚 writing and sharing what I have learnt.

 This page i will create a space to share content of interest. 

I am also a lover of art in all contexts and love how we can express ourselves and share messages through art platforms. 

I believe we all need a place to communicate and express ourselves creatively, whether that be through writing, poetry, art, music, dance or theatre. 

 Having a safe space to communicate your mind and express your ideas and interests. 

 This is especially important for neurodivergent individuals who may struggle to find the right outlet thats right for them. 


Spectrum - A Prism Of Colours 

I believe that all individuals or groups of people that fall under the Creative Diversity Spectrum; Neurological- Biological- Psychological, can share similar experiences, barriers and difficulties that make us relate more closely to one another.
 Whether that be mental illness, acquired brain injury, autism, learning disabilities, personality disorders, ADHD, physical disabilities, physical illnesses and disease, ect..


 Shared symptoms and experiences in these conditions can include;
communication difficulties, difficulties accessing resources in the community to support oneself, social isolation, memory problems, stress, anxiety, depression, low self esteem, low confidence, lack of employment or education, lack of purpose or structure to life. Lack of feeling part of a group of like minded individuals.

  I can say that I have experienced all these elements in myself and my life and I have experienced difficult times , frustration,  dissatisfaction with oneself and life.
I can tell you that there is a rainbow 🌈 at the end of it all and even if life feels like a roller coaster or that you feel stuck with no freedom of choice in your life, this can be overcome. 

 Perspective is everything and there are lots of ways you can improve elements of your life to feel happier, healthier and supported with social company around you.

  I created this website out of personal life experience and compassion for others. I hope this messages reaches you well and may you feel a sense of hope, glimmer,  or feeling relatable.  

  We are all one , from a greater one. A prism of beautiful colours. When its dark look for stars, when its light look for rainbows.


Inside Autistic Minds

Autism, or autism spectrum disorder, is a neurodevelopmental condition characterized by difficulties in social communication and interaction, alongside restricted and repetitive patterns of behavior, interests, or activities. Symptoms typically appear in early childhood and can range from mild to severe. Common signs include challenges with understanding social cues, engaging in back-and-forth conversation, and making eye contact.

Music after brain injury 

Writing, performing and listening to music may also help boost communication skills among brain injury survivors. Vocal elements of music such as rhythm and pitch can be imitated in spoken language, meaning survivors can transfer  skills learnt in music lessons to their everyday speech.
Fatigue, memory problems and slower speeds of information processing are common after brain injury and make communicating with others a challenge. For those who struggle to articulate their thoughts and feelings, music allows them to express themselves creatively.