S2E9 In today's episode, part two with my best friend, Kathy, we have a really important conversation about toxic traits and how that's a very different thing from neurodiversity. Kathy and I both have experienced toxic personalities in our marriages and our relationships.
This the last episode of my summer series on communication and of sharing my personal neurodiverse relationships with you. If you missed any of the previous episodes, go back and through Season 2 and meet my autistic daughter, Abby, and her brother, Aidan, as well as my mother. I'm so glad they all agreed to be on the show and share our neurodiverse relationships with all of you! It's not just about marriages - neurodiverse relationships are of all kinds!
Also, I'm taking a short break before we bring Season 3 to you (in about a month), but we will be dropping some neurodiverse relationship Q & A, and tips here for you, so stay tuned!
Be sure to contact us if you'd like to be a guest on the podcast - this podcast is about YOUR Neurodiverse Relationship. I want to talk to you!
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