BigMike

464d

I honestly love having adhd and also hate it, I love that I can have alot more fun when out but I hate not being able to focus on one simple task, is there some way to feel better when I fail at a task.?

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    • MarySol

      452d

      I am not a fan of medication. I hate taking it. It is the only solution that has any benefit. You don't see the failures as much or they only present under absurd stress or in certain areas. I don't think most people understand the absolute agony of this condition. It is so real. If I could explain the night and day of treated vs untreated I could only express a sense of peace, harmony, a grounded being who feels and is more whole and present. A stimulant that calms. The stigma attached to treatment is tough.

    • bruhman1987

      464d

      Try to make it a habit to engage yourself in positive self talk whenever you feel at something easier said than I know but it will get easier over time

    • bruhman1987

      464d

      And of course I have just made typo while trying to be helpful to someone thanks ADHD不不不不不不不

    • MonoMan

      463d

      Adhd is the reason I'm in great shape, buts it's also the reason I'm bad at conversation. I feel the need to run all the time, day and night. Even when i had covid i wanted to get up and run around like a spastic. I'll be talking to someone and then the insane urge to start running around just kicks in so I'll end the conversation as quickly and politely as possible to feed said addiction. The only time it calms down is when I'm in a philosophical or depressed state, that's when I can sit down with friends and rant about life for hours. I enjoy those moments, i love having clarity of life and control of my thoughts. I just realized at this exact moment I'm just ranting in a random comment section on unrelated matters, apologies, but i didn't write this rant for nothing. I'm going to post dang it!

    • MarySol

      452d

      I am not a fan of medication. I hate taking it. It is the only solution that has any benefit. You don't see the failures as much or they only present under absurd stress or in certain areas. I don't think most people understand the absolute agony of this condition. It is so real. If I could explain the night and day of treated vs untreated I could only express a sense of peace, harmony, a grounded being who feels and is more whole and present. A stimulant that calms. The stigma attached to treatment is tough.

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