Confessions of a Highly Sensitive Neurodivergent Introvert
by Lillian Green
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Pub Date 31 May 2023 | Archive Date 02 Jul 2023
This book is a confession of a someone who identifies as highly sensitive neurodivergent introvert.
It is a careful examination of problems that people who are highly sensitive, neurodivergent and/or introverted will most probably share and experience in their lifetime.
Unveiling a tapestry of emotions, the author fearlessly addresses an array of compelling topics. From the haunting grip of depression and the isolating grasp of loneliness to the pervasive shadows of harassment and bullying, she sheds light on these often unspoken challenges.
Drawing from her unique perspective, she provides profound insights into the complexities of empathy, the power of assertiveness, and the intricate dynamics of career, friendships, daydreaming, imagination, and belonging.
Lillian Green is a highly sensitive, neurodivergent introvert. She likes doing research, investigative and analytical work. However, she has no background in psychology or psychiatry.The thesis and ideas that she puts forward in this book are based on her experiences and observations. She wants other people who are dealing with similar issues to understand her journey and, hopefully, to draw their own conclusions. She has struggled due to her specific traits and hopes that those who are fighting similar battles may find some comfort in this book.
Amazon Customer Review
D. A. Cathcart
5.0 out of 5 stars An enlightening, heartfelt book
Reviewed in the United States on June 1, 2023
I learned so much from this book about the phenomenon--and the struggles of being neurodivergent. This is an articulate, emotive book that should make the reader much more empathetic to those who are so often rejected just because they happen to process the world differently from the majority.
Available on NetGalley
Average rating from 4 members
As an introvert, I was intrigued when I saw this release. This is a wonderful telling of how highly sensitive neurodivergent introverts feel and how society views them. One of my favorite books is Quiet by Susan Cain. I highly recommend these two books. 4 Stars
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