Too many choices, especially with ADD or ADHD – we tend to be creative and curious and have an interest in everything. Have to choose – I did give up chess. Want to do this blog, check out facebook and adderworld, practice guitar, study spanish, sit outdoors and contemplate, visit with my wife, catch up on my billing, do the tax thing I’ve been putting off (that’s a lie, i don’t really want to do that), write a little on another book (on marriage) and finish the good novel that’s been keeping me up at night (Innocence by turow).
Then for the next hour —
Choices and priorities are necessary, but hard for those of us with ADD or ADHD. Need strategies – Which one will cost the most if I let it slide? (taxes). Which one is the hardest to do (taxes). What reward can I give myself if I get the @@^$%#&#* tax thing done? Guitar time. OK, there’s a plan- may not work but worth a try.
I think life was hard in the olden days, but they didn’t have so many choices. How many channels do you get on your TV?
thank you all for the great comments: Pam left a great comment on project 333
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clik here melissa orluv on ‘does everyone have ADD?’