“The only things that need to be fixed are dogs and furniture”
–Sari Solden, MS
I got the idea for this blog because I have met several women, over the past few years, who are really struggling with ADHD or ADD.
I was diagnosed while in middle school and have spent the better part of my life seeking out every tip, trick, hack and strategy out there to help with my symptoms of ADHD. So I thought maybe if I wrote about all the things I have learned over the years, it would help other women (esp...
We’ve all done it. I have. You have. Everybody ruminates or overthinks too much at one time or another. Even neuro-typical (people without ADHD or ADD) do it. However, we ADHDers are especially good at it. First, let’s clear up what exactly it is:
noun1. a deep or considered thought about something.“philosophical ruminations about life and humanity”2. the action of chewing the cud.“cows slow down their rumination”
Rumination is the act of over thinking.
This is an editorial created to look at the progress of the Women's Movement and questioning how to finally reach equality in America
Across cultures and over decades, this subconscious reaction continues to speak volumes about the longevity of a relationship
“Why are you looking at me like THAT?” He spat out quickly.
His voice shot me back to reality. I shook my head to snap out of it.
“Nothing. I… I… I was just looking at the cabinet behind you.” I mumbled back.
Then he did it a second time. Full on in front of me this time. To let me know exactly the disdain he felt without saying a word.
Thirty seconds prior to this exc...
A Question For All Times.
As a true INFP & all around overthinker, I used to over-analyze and critique my relationships to death. Until I had a conversation with my extroverted, outspoken grandmother when I was in my 20s. (She was only in one relationship her entire life but she knew all the answers when it came to dating and relationships! I was blessed to have her.) Her favorite saying was “To thine own self be true, but follow the golden rule too.”
Her generation started a movement toward ...
Almost two years ago, after a long, nasty divorce I decided to take a hiatus from dating. It was not my first divorce and honestly, I have spent most of my adult life in relationship after relationship with no significant time between them. I wanted to make sure I learned from my mistakes this time.
When I was younger, I usually got over one failed relationship by beginning to date other people immediately. And, as far as a strategy to take one’s mind off of an ex, it works! That is why peopl...
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