August 1, 2023 6:26 pm

Esther de Charon de Saint Germain


I recently realized the importance of being my own advocate.

In a world ruled by neurotypicals and non-wonderfully weird people - with neurotypical centred business solutions created for the ‘standard type’ brain - I need to speak up for myself.

Not just me!

Many people who ‘don’t fit in’ need to practice speaking up for themselves.

Because I now realize that - most of the time- nobody else can do this for us (and yes, that sort of sucks)

▶︎ That means that when a business coach shares: "We're ALL following the same process, it's super easy. If I can do it, you can do it too"

I’ve got to be my own advocate and say something like: 

"I'm happy for you and your process. But my ADHD brain functions differently. I need more time, I need to keep the dopamine going.How will you help me reach my goals?"

That means that when someone tells you to look into their eyes you have to be your own advocate and say:

"My brain works not like yours. I can't hear what you say and look you in the eyes at the same time."

That means that when someone tells you that ADHD (or any other form of neurodivergence) is:
  • an invention of big pharma
  • or something only young boys have
  • or not something women have or made up
  • just another way to put people in boxes/
  • get over it
  • etc. etc.
  • we’ve got to be our own advocate! 

    Be your own ADHD advocate
    Be your own Wonderfully Weird advocate

Don't even try to reason. You've gone through enough shit already. If possible remove, ignore, don't buy.

That means that when we’re feeling different (aka wonderfully weird) we somehow need to find a way to stop making our ‘authentic selves’ inferior.

Yes I know this can be very challenging!

Being your own advocate is for every wonderfully weird one who never fits in. Instead, be with the people who include All of you, see you, and accept and understand you AND your needs.

How about we normalize asking:

  • *Hi, my name is…..
  • * I’m ADHD/HSP/autistic/dealing with grief/ going through a depression etc. etc etc.
  • * These are the conditions I need in order to make this work for me.
  • * How will your program/ service cater to my needs?
  • * What do you have in place so that I too can reach my goals?It might be time to stop adjusting and instead, become our own advocate.

You don't have to do this alone. I've got a Wonderfully Weird world for you where you can be 100% you!

About the Author

Esther de Charon de Saint Germain, Branding Queen, Marketing Strategy Miracle Extraordinair, Energy shifter, founder of the Wonderfully Weird World, bestselling author, and Whisperer of Souls also bestselling author, Abe's mother, Rik's wife, and the servant of Marie and Leeloo (yes, cats)

Oh, she can also channel information from Source, so that you can tap into the wisdom of spirit guides.

Esther is the founder of the Wonderfully Weird movement that transforms, inspires, and supports women entrepreneurs to build a business and brand based on self-love and self-acceptance and become their authentic selves.

You can work with Esther in the The Real You and if you want to honor you Wonderfully Weirdness and get 10 clients each month with emotional heart based marketing (that doesn't suck at all. Or work with her in person - limited availability - Take the Quiz for your best solution

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