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ADHD & Me Nov 22
is having fractured thoughts and ideas, getting pissed off that nothing sticks then getting pissed off at being pissed off. Knowing I just need to do [this] and not doing it and calling myself stupid. I'm so annoyed at me being me. Fuck this shit.
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Dani Donovan 🧑🏻‍🎨 ADHD Comics Nov 22
Patience is not my strong suit 🌱
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Haiden Nov 24
this makes so much sense to me
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Betty; Galactic Anti-Fascist Souper Soldier 16h
Replying to @Saraheboon
I'm 32 and was diagnosed a few years ago. My doctors only ever described it as hyperactivity & inability to concentrate. Then I found earlier this year & learned that almost everything I've ever been yelled at for & dumped by partners/friends over was my ADHD, apparently.
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Embracing Intensity Nov 25
can be a lifetime of regretting missed opportunities until we learn to forgive ourselves for the past and be gentle with ourselves in the future.
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Dyslexia Connect Nov 25
A good example of why teaching phonics is vital to helping children with dyslexia learn to read and spell!
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Jessica McCabe Nov 20
can be a disability, which just means it’s a condition that causes impairments that aren’t well accommodated in this society so they sometimes get in the way of things we want to accomplish (that other people can, &/or expect us to be able to).
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Tabitha ✡︎ Nov 22
How I stay productive and do well at uni with learning disabilities - a thread!
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Annette Hines 29s
“For me, as a short bus kid,” says Matthew Cox, “I had to learn to love myself, but it took a long time to get to that point.” His diagnosis with allowed him to find more successful ways to . Find out how he is helping others with disabilities:
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Adrienne 🌿 Nov 26
It’s useful to be able to pinpoint where we are on illustrations like this. Practicing self-awareness & being more accepting of how we feel can help us recognise when we need help. I’m mostly 💛 with periods of 🧡, and that’s ok. How are you all doing?
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Neurodivergent Poet 🧠🌈💟 Nov 24
Having thoughts... Would folks be interested in a thread / blog at some point about tools to help make our lives a bit easier? I'm talking about assists to help us not forget things, or do some things automatically when we do other stuff, so we have less to stress about?
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Adrienne 🌿 Nov 27
Starting new meds is never fun. It can be weird, getting used to how they make you feel, and it’s sometimes hard to accept the fact that your brain chemistry needs a little help. So today is a tea and cross stitch day 🧵✨
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Neurodiversity Media Nov 23
When you get distracted and then hyperfocus kicks in and you spend way too much time on the wrong task 😳😥 How do you manage this lethal combo?
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Jessica McCabe Nov 19
I’d like to propose an friendly service. Form concierge. You pay an annual fee and then anytime you need to fill out a form you can call and someone will walk you through it. Someone make this happen 😂
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Adhd_bri Nov 25
I am a very indecisive person and I honestly think it’s because I get analysis paralysis. If I’m offered too many choices, my brain gets super overwhelmed and I either will completely withdraw from making a decision completely, or I will choose a random option. (1/2)
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outlierdoodles 22h
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Perrine 🌩️ Nov 26
Saw this and thought of my tl
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Murray Lewis Nov 23
Yes, Jena from Murder By Numbers has ADHD. I was coming to terms with it myself when I was writing her dialogue, but I wasn't confident enough at the time to make it explicit Big thanks to ' and her Twitch chat for noticing!
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Dyslexia Connect Nov 19
Children with dyslexia often think in creative, unconventional ways, and standardized test results often do not reflect their great capability and potential!
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Procrastination Station Nov 27
knitting. On one side, the neat little stitch markers, on the other side, that ball of wool I'm using which resembles the inside of my head. Untangling as I go...
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