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My Pursuit for Joy!

Welcome to my blog! As someone with an ADHD diagnosis and a family with various Neurodivergent conditions such as Autism, ADHD and Dyslexia, I understand the challenges that come with these conditions.

ADHD, in particular, can make life challenging with symptoms like difficulty concentrating, hyperactivity, and impulsiveness, which can lead to low self-esteem and trouble with relationships, school or work. I've experienced all of these repeatedly and ​because of this gradually joy has slipped away from my life.

That's why in 2023, I've made it my mission to find joy in life. This blog is my space to share my experiences, reflect, and hopefully grow. I have many stories worth sharing that are full of teaching moments. I hope that by sharing my experiences, I can help others who may be going through similar challenges.

I wish to emphasize that my blog won't be written in any particular order since I struggle with organization. When something important happens, triggers me or presents a teaching moment, I will write it here to share.

In this blog, I will be sharing my personal experiences and offering insights based on my own perspective of how certain things have occurred.

I aim to share my personal experiences, including both failures and successes. Through these reflections, I hope to not only find joy but also embrace the opportunity to learn, grow and recognize how this journey has shaped me as an individual.

I'd like to also take this moment to let you know that I will be writing this blog anonymously.

While I will be sharing my personal experiences, I also want to respect the privacy of other adult entities who wish to keep their diagnoses and experiences confidential. I believe that everyone has the right to own their own story, and I will be honouring that in my writing.

I welcome you to join me on this journey.

There is no right or wrong, just the hope that we can all find deep, meaningful, invigorating, joyful joy and purpose.

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Change of Meds.

It has been 2 weeks since I've changed my ADHD meds and it’s not been great. My Psychiatrist and I agreed that I'd try new meds because of ongoing pain and discomfort in my mouth. The clenching is unc


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