The biggest wall you have to climb is the one you build in your mind.
“To tell a person who has ADD to try harder is about as helpful as telling someone who is nearsighted to squint harder.”
When we “empathize” by relating our own stories, we make it about us. It’s not always intentional, but it’s a risk. Thoughts inspired by the book The Gift by Edith Egar.
What is overwhelm and what can someone with ADHD – or someone without – do about it? I’ve got 10 ways to deal with overwhelm.
ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) share symptoms such as masking. Girls with ASD will imitate what they see in order to seem “normal”.
One of my biggest pet peeves is the use of words such as “guilt” as a way to describe a feeling toward food and eating.