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Investors and entrepreneurs need to address the mental health crisis in startups

First coined back in 1990, various types of business are beginning to tap into the benefits of Neurodiversity . The neurodiversity paradigm suggests that, because neurological differences are normal and have existed throughout human history, they should be respected, understood, and supported, rather than pathologized or viewed as disordered. There is nothing to cure. Gradual acceptance has

NEURODIVERSITY

Today’s accepted definition is that The Neurodiversity Movement “is an idea which asserts that atypical (neurodivergent) neurological development is a normal human difference that is to be recognized and respected as any other human variation. often as a which asserts that atypical (neurodivergent) neurological development is a normal human difference that is to be recognized

“No great mind has ever existed without a touch of madness,” said Aristotle.​

Imagine a bell curve that accurately represents the creativity of American adults. It would show a “normal distribution,” meaning it would be shaped like an upside down ‘U.’ The raised hump in the middle symbolizes those of an average level of creativity, where most of the population lie. It’s a  comfortable spot, with plenty of company and

Getting Honest About Mental Health In The World Of Tech Startups

Abdullah Snobar Forbes Councils MemberForbes Technology CouncilCOUNCIL POST | Paid ProgramInnovation POST WRITTEN BY Abdullah Snobar Executive Director at the DMZ — a tech accelerator for high-potential startups to scale and grow into world-class businesses.       Shutterstock The tech sector is built on bright minds developing new solutions to create economic or social impact. This fast-paced industry