The Scientist (I)

How the quarantine affects a person with ADHD on methylphenidate treatment, and the things we say.

Ten Things to Do With ADHD During the 14-Day Coronavirus Quarantine

Fun, wisdom, lists to check, things to try; from a neurodiverse for neurodiverses. We got this!

On Coronavirus: To the Heck With the Bright Side; I Need a Chicken

Here’s what happens when I write and I don’t review the copy; a candid reflection on how coronavirus is affecting our lives; my life.

What Triggers Your ADHD Meltdowns?

There’s a limit for what we can put up with to prevent an ADHD meltdown; for me there is even one particular trigger, but I cannot shut it off.

ADHD in the Classroom: Strategies to Make the Most of a Class (High School and College)

Without knowing I had ADHD, I went through my formal education successfully, thanks to great teachers and strategies I came up with as I grew older; these days, I’ve found that it all coincides with the methods that current educators follow.

How Having ADHD Saved Me From a Lifetime of Traumas

After being diagnosed as an adult with ADHD, I learned how little I knew about it; since I never felt its symptoms I thought it wasn’t affecting my life. Now it seems ADHD not only defined me as person but also, saved my life.

43 Reasons Why You Should Read My Blog (And Netflix Should Buy My Show)

Here’s how it goes: I don’t think I’m smart enough to write a first post for a blog that, for the first time in history, would launch the career of the new Foucault… or Ricky Gervais (I wanna be a screenwriter/comedian after all). However, …