How the quarantine affects a person with ADHD on methylphenidate treatment, and the things we say.
Fun, wisdom, lists to check, things to try; from a neurodiverse for neurodiverses. We got this!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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, …