Living With ADHD, Ain’t It Awful? No, It’s Not.
Just got a bad book review from Frances. She said she couldn’t read the book because my life is so awful it made her feel awful to read about it. She imagined that the “counting things and routines and patterns” made me suffer.
But these are strategies and I would be suffering if I didn’t have strategies to help me cope with my ADHD. Not to brag, but I have a great wife, a good job, many interests, a good social network, a good spiritual life, rewarding hobbies, good health, a great family including eight grandchildren, and other benefits. And a new dog. I am blessed and I am happy.
And things keep getting better. For example, I think I finally just caught onto the secret to “living in the now,” which had always seemed a meaningless phrase, and it is making things even better.
So I am a big fan of strategies for ADHD. Strategies are why I can say, “Your Life Can Be Better.”
Semi-irrelevant Remark O the Day:
I have heard that bad reviews are much better than no reviews, so I appreciate them. Someone is paying attention.
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