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47: Being Neurodivergent in a Neurotypical World

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What is money like for those of us who aren't neurotypical? We bring in Ellyce Fulmore, author of Keeping Finance Personal, to discuss this and more in this week's episode of Money Feels! 

We're your hosts, Alyssa and Bridget. Welcome to the podcast, where we talk through our money trauma and create a better understanding of building a healthy relationship with finance.

In today's episode, we discuss the following:

  • Ellyce's story
  • Our personal experiences with being neurotypical or neurodivergent
  • Getting diagnosed — is it worthwhile?
  • How money trauma manifests differently in people from diverse backgrounds
  • Dopamine and THE Dopamenu!
  • How intersecting identities like gender, sexuality, and neurodiversity impact one's financial experiences and decision-making
  • Strategies to help manage or mitigate impulse spending if you have ADHD

Keeping Finance Personal by Ellyce Fulmore
Ellyce's Instagram

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