Neurodiversity: The Birthplace of Advocates and Unenlightened Bullies by L.T. Force, Ph.D. Gerontologist The term “Neurodiversity” is presently being used in the field and arena of disabilities. **** Neurodiversity: (definition) Neurodiversity is the idea that it's normal and acceptable for people to have brains that function differently from one another. Rather than thinking there is something wrong or problematic when some people don't operate similarly to others, "Neurodiv
The Love of a “Nana” by L.T. Force, Ph.D. Gerontologist ******** Nana: (definition) “Someone you can call on when you need them and they'll be there within a blink of an eye. A beautiful person on the inside and out. Someone you can depend on all the time, to love and treat you right. She's the best at her job and the wisest person I know. She is so kind and considerate and will do anything to make you happy.” (urbandictionary.com) ******** I agree with this definition above.
Change is Inevitable: You can’t stop it! by L.T. Force, Ph.D. Gerontologist Often we hear from others - they want to “change”. In their: “self-reflection and self-talk people often have a tendency to find a dissonance, i.e., a sense of uneasiness or disconnect between what they are doing and what they want to do….or the vision they have of their future”. This is not an uncommon psychological event. We all have a sense of: “disconnect between what we are doing and our “idealiz
“Make-Believe” And “Day-Dreaming”: Where Are You Now, My Friends? by: L.T.Force, Ph.D. Gerontologist “I remember….I remember”…. the days of my childhood. These are good memories. Are there things and events that could have been different? Yes….there are. There are things that my Parents could have done differently. But as I reflect on those things and take a mental inventory of what worked and what could have played out differently….I am reminded of a statement that I heard a