Umm … too many saturated colors on this web board interface … can’t pay attention to what I’m typing … umm … HI?
OK that’s better, found the theme change setting.
About ten years ago, I was (finally!) diagnosed in my early 40s with MBT or ADD or ADHD or any number of other acronyms. I sought help after many redirected and failed career paths and a lot of other (rather typical, I now know) missteps. I joined here because I like the YouTube channel. (I find the frenetic little red-haired girl to be absolutely fetching and appealing in her videos and hope she continues to use her natural on-camera charisma to spread the good word.) I’m amazed at how helpful a diagnosis is, how destructive the remainder of the world has been to those of us who are simply being ourselves, and how negative a non-ADHD-er’s instinctive responses can be when faced with his own misunderstanding of how the ADHD-er approaches sustained or regular workplace tasks. Regular? Sustained? YUCK. But they seem to think that -I’M- the wrong-headed one?
Welcome to the Tribe, Clifton!
We are glad you are here!
She definitely has a special charm.
Jessica’s content is absolutely fantastic. I couldn’t be happier that she has set up this little wonderland for all of us to frolic in.
Yep. You’re in the right place. Welcome to the tribe!
No wonder Charlie Brown liked the little red-haired girl so much. I didn’t know she would be so … uh … FRENETIC …