It’s been weeks since I am stuck. I didn’t know if or how to share this, and then this post came to be. Humorous story was a must.
Studying with ADHD can be a big challenge; it can be perceived even as something impossible to achieve. But what if I tell you that it can be a good training strategy for our brains?
The first semester of 2021, was harder than the beginning of the quarantine. I was stuck and in a huge depression. But then a few things happened that helped me to take fully control over my life again. In this post, I share the first step I took.
As an adult with ADHD, New Year’s Resolutions could make us feel we need to write a list to catch up with a lifetime; what could we instead?
It’s the come back post! Catch up with the blog’s new structure and what you can expect from now on.
“I made such an effort to stay on my feet that I didn’t fully realise I was using crutches.”
Fun; drama; fun; meltdown! Motivation is gone and the ADHD strategies and treatment … need a little adjustment?
Days in quarantine #222. I wonder: Can we hold on to our dreams, when the world seems to have changed for good?
How does it feel to grow up with an undiagnosed ADHD? What are the consequences? How can we help our ADHD girls and teenage girls?