Once we learn how to work with it, we can find we are creative, resilient, inventive
Diagnosed with ADHD at 34, my life finally started to make sense, and I could start to work out what to be when I grow up. So, three children, three cats, an aquatic cat, and a very long suffering partner are living through me going to university, writing, and working to make ADHD more understood, both by those of us with it, and the rest of the world. I tend to blog about my life at www.organisingdrunksquirrels.com, the highs and the lows, to explain how my brain functions, and show that all ways of functioning can be "normal".
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