If you have ADHD you know what distraction is. And you know what it is to be overwhelmed.
You know that you can make plans and have things all figured out, but you can’t ever see them through because of the laundry list of things that you didn’t account for.
And when it all piles up in a collision of eight lane, toll road proportion, that’s when you start noticing the little things that need to be taken care of also.
The worst part is, you have usually made the extra effort to plan and arrange so that you could enjoy some leisure, some extra time with family and friends. Now, when it’s all falling down around your ears, you have to add guilt.
The cause of the disruption in a life already disorganized was that you tried to organize it for less than altruistic purposes.