One thing that mostly allows me to escape life is: video games. Yes, another video games post. What do you expect? Have you read the tagline of this blog? In between trying to work and going slowly insane because THIS and THIS keep playing on repeat in my head, I try to find some time … Continue reading ADHD Gaming
Let me clarify. When I say "how far is too far", what I mean to say is "what can and can't we do?" I ask this because sometimes I think I know, but then other times I don't. For example, in GTA, you are free to gun down as many civilians as you please, but … Continue reading Games and Art: How Far Is Too Far?
The last time I left the house was months ago. Anxiety and depression kinda do that to you. The pandemic forced all of us indoors. Obviously, the more active amongst you took it upon yourselves to go running and work out from home and whatever else. The lockdown was a great opportunity for all of … Continue reading The Great Outdoors and ADHD.
Everyone wants respect. But not everyone deserves it. And we shouldn't have to fake it, either. Personally, I would rather know someone does not respect me versus have them pretend they do. Storytime. I'm the kind of person who best works for themselves. I set my own schedule, I do my own workload, and if … Continue reading Respect Is Earned, Not Given
Sometimes, in my lowest or most anxious moments, I come to the edge. It's the only way I can describe it. Inside, I feel like I'm about to tip. I'm about to take that step. And what does that mean for me? It can mean any number of things, depending on my mood and state … Continue reading Ow, The Edge
'First Post' was often a phrase used in our family, and to be honest, probably may other families in the UK. Though admittedly, I've never heard anyone ever say it. It could either mean 'first class' post, or the first mail of the day. Here, obviously, it has a completely different meaning. The first post … Continue reading First Post. The Post That Costs The Most.