Thread: flare ups(?)
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Old November 4th, 2015, 06:23 PM   #2
Albee
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I dunno what to say. I remember when i was smaller and i used to think how weird it was that i was thinking about something ALL THE TIME, just thoughts continuously flowing through my head, nonstop, never finding a moment of silence. But that went away as i grew a bit older, now i think how utterly weird it is that i can sit down and there isn't a single thought in my head.

Sorry, i wish i could be of more help.

I would really recommend though to engage in extracurricular activities, do things you are passionate about and really like.
I would also recommend to take up sports, it sounds cliché, but it REALLY does make you feel so much better. I took up rowing at university, it made a huge difference in my wellbeing.


Also what the fuck are you doing around people who when you tell them about how you feel ask you to sell them adderall?
I can't stress this enough, but life is too fun to be wasting it around people you don't completely like.

I think we need to give away with a view that having a disorder is inferior, as compared to not having one is being superior. It is indeed true that a person with adhd/dyslexia operates/thinks differently, that is however not to say that one is better than the other.

“Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.”

I do not think medication can work as a long term solution. You are the way you are. The way life is now with medication does not seem to be satisfactory for you. Try to face the world without medication, however the world may be and see for yourself whether it is ugly or beautiful.

p.s. I think the world is beautiful.

Last edited by Albee; November 4th, 2015 at 06:28 PM.
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