We Don’t Know The Way

Plans are good. We know what we want, what we want to do, where we want to be, so we make plans.

This is a human thing.

And we are humans

How it works

NTs (Neuro Typicals) are good at this.


Ride The Wave

Have you ever surfed? I haven’t. I bet it’s fun.

Imagine staying in a permanent downward run on a hill of water that just keeps moving itself forward while gravity keeps you stuck to the front of it.


The Hydra

ADHD can be misdiagnosed.

It happens a lot, in fact.

It doesn’t help that 30% of people with ADHD will have a comorbid condition. It helps even less that half of those will have two or more comorbid conditions.


The Doc’s Spot On!

How many times have I said that the symptoms of ADHD are present in every human being?

How many times have I told you that the defining criteria is not so much the symptoms as it is their intensity and their frequency?


I Am

I know that ADHD exists. I know that I have it.

I also know that there are varying stats that say that somewhere between ten and twenty percent of the population also live with this disorder.


There You Are

A reader commented on this blog yesterday and spoke so eloquently about having ADHD that it inspired me to revisit the “realization” phase of ADHD discovery.

When Driz was reading in my blog about Acedia,


The 10:13

There are people out there that I don’t really understand. From my perspective, there’s no joy in their lives.

Okay, I’m willing to admit that I can’t tell whether or not they’re happy.


Vote For Me!

If you were looking for someone to do a job like be the elected representative for an area in a governmental capacity, I’d say bluntly and directly to you, “Don’t look at me!”