This is a response to a post by Veronica Scott.
"She shook her head, annoyed at herself for having a scatterbrained mind and thoughts skittering like demented butterflies right now" sounds like the story of my life with ADHD. I've always had people tell me to "just" stop being so scatterbrained, stop daydreaming, pay attention, stop being so self-absorbed.
The funny thing is, I'm conversely quite capable of hyper-focus. I've only just started learning to accept and work with my ADHD (and myself as a whole, really,) and I'm 56 years old.
Sorry, I sometimes hyper-focus on a small piece of what I've read if it really grabs me as this sentence did.
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Note: Today is my brother's 52nd birthday. It is also Saint Patrick's Day. So, happy birthday to one who's a saint and one who ain't.
A very happy birthday to your brother.ReplyDelete
And all power to anyone who learns to live with and work with their disabilities. Not an easy ask.