Topic for November 2022

It’s hard to believe that we’re already a few days into November, and we’re getting closer to a new year. But that is for another time.

Now that it’s a new month, it’s that time again. It’s time to focus on a new monthly topic for this blog.

Things You Don’t See

When it comes to ADHD, there are aspects that are fairly common knowledge and many are aware of. This is much like a lot of other conditions and such.

However, there are quite a few things that many may not see or be aware of. We deal with some things and experience things differently than neurotypicals. 

Unless you have ADHD and have experienced it, it can be easy to not consider or be aware that this is what we’re going through.

As I was looking at some articles, and looking at some ADHD-related content on social media, it made me think about how we experience things slightly differently due to how our brain is wired.

So That Had Me Thinking

So, that’s going to be my focus for the month. Focusing on some experiences that may different a bit from neurotypicals. 

I do know that no matter what we’re all different. So, nothing is going to be exactly to same for everyone. However, the way that the person’s brain is wired does have an impact on the person’s experience, how they are affected, and such.

So, this month, I’m going to look at a few different things that ADHDers may experience in our own unique way.

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