So many factors go into our choices as to who we allow into our lives. At times, in an effort to attract someone or keep someone in our lives, we make decisions that are against the best interest of our physical, emotional, spiritual and mental health.
Clutter is one area of our life that goes beyond the piles on the floor. My disorganized home was actually a reflection of my disorganized mind. In some ways, my thoughts were similar to the piles that surrounded me —random and scattered.
Good friendships are a gift. I truly appreciate the safety, love, and belonging that comes along with them. We get to be ourselves, without having to wear a mask. These are the people that see us, know us, love us, and accept us for who we are. But, despite all the benefits, even the closest friends need to develop a …
Living with ADHD has its challenges. Learning how to work with, instead of against ourselves is one of the keys in making it manageable. In order for that to happen, we have to recognize that we are different from neurotypical people and we are different from other people with ADHD.