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Doorways

Lots of people have difficulty with doorways. There’s something in our bones that distrusts them, while at the same time affording them great importance: stepping through a doorway is the beginning of an adventure, or the turning point in a horror story.

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Recap: Food/eating & ADHD

I started researching Elvanse and food after a few days of acute mid-afternoon brain fog. There was so much conflicting information about this subject online.

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Drinking with ADHD

The artificial anger and despair that comes with drunkenness is a frightening phenomenon, and for me it was every bit as addictive as the giddy happiness. I’ve always liked to wallow.

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Ending

I find it very hard to get it through my head that, no, I won’t “finish this bit off tomorrow”*. I’ve always had a bit of an issue coming to terms with things ending. This might be the longest thing that I have ended.

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The Year of Calm

If I try to identify a thread that runs through the negative areas of my life – lateness, half-finished tasks, frustration – it is a lack of calm and clarity.

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