This is a very sensitive topic for many people, and also a very controversial topic. I want to preface this post with the fact that I’m not a doctor and I do not have a medical degree. I’m just someone who is telling their experiences to share their own view.
Everyone wants to be loved. I make a living writing books about people falling in love and fighting everything to be together with the person, or persons, that they love. No matter where on the sexual or romantic spectrum you fall. The base emotion of loving and being loved is universal.
A couple of days late, but I did take these pictures on the only actual day that we’ve had snow this winter yet. Snow isn’t that common in the Netherlands, and somehow, most of the Netherlands had been dealing with snow for the whole weekend, but we finally got some real snow on Monday.
I’ve been waiting for months before I could order, but on Dec 1st, I could finally order my 2018 Hobonich planners! So, for the last months I’ve watched with envy as so many of my planner friends got their hauls in, but yesterday I finally received my yellow box!
Jobs, those things that hopefully make sure that we can eat and have a roof over our head. Getting a job is hard, for everyone, but many people with ADHD find both getting but also keeping a job one of the hardest things there is.
This post is a little tongue-in-cheek. I went to Google and typed in ADHD I and the first one to show up was ‘ADHD issues’, so I guess I’m going with that, but let’s turn it a little on its head. We all know the issues that other people seem to point out when it comes to brains with ADHD, but let’s turn that on its head.
I’m not talking about honesty as the reverse of lies, I’m talking about honesty as the reality of my life. I filmed a video about the reality of what my week looks like after I’ve actually planned it.