When you stand and share your story in an empowering way, your story will heal you, and your story will heal somebody else. – Iyanla Vanzant

My journey as a mother of children with special needs is tumultuous, emotional and rewarding. My journey through my own diagnosis of Adult A.D.D is draining, emotional and invigorating. Empowering comes through sharing… for me AND for you….


Where do I start when I talk about this wonderful woman? She is the most amazing, relentless encourager and believer I have ever met! If I need her or am stumbling, she will not only help me, but encourage me and hold me accountable. She never leaves me to my own devices, but walks with me. She’s an amazing listener, and she is full of wisdom. I love listening to her stories because they teach me something or make me laugh, but they never fail to be worth my time!

–Brittany, Oklahoma USA

I’m lucky to have Alecia as a friend. But what I didn’t realise was how much comfort she would also bring. About a year ago, we were really struggling with our 2 year old. It was more than the usual 2 year old problems. His anxiety was throwing the whole household into a ball of tension. Never knowing when the next meltdown was going to happen. Alecia was able to give me comfort in letting me know all the emotions (sadness, anger, helplessness) were all normal. We talked about his triggers and she was able to give me tools and ideas to help him. We are now in a much healthier place! Being older has helped with his communication, and I am now able to tell the difference between a meltdown and a tantrum and how to deal with both. It is such a comfort to know that I can reach out and Alecia is there. She lives half way across the world from me, but she is one of my dearest friends. She has so much wisdom and strength that she doesn’t even realise! A heathy dose of my sanity is due to her!

–Jill A, Maryland USA.