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I'm Rebecca - a late-diagnosed Autistic/ADHD (AuDHD) writer and creative. I love oversharing my life, thoughts, and humor to help others feel accepted and understood.
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Listen. I have ADHD, OK? It's not that I didn't want to update you on ALL THE THINGS. It's that there are TOO. MANY. THINGS. Sometimes, when I feel overwhelmed by the multitude of thoughts and ideas swirling in my head, I wish I could simply tilt my head to the side and let them spill onto a blank page. Because even though I love to write (and am constantly writing in my head), I have such a hard time getting started, even when I want nothing more than to brain dump in your general direction.
The other challenge I face when writing posts like these is my brain has no idea how to prioritize what to talk about first. Imagine if a million different sentences shot out every time you opened your mouth. That's how it feels, attempting to structure my thoughts. What do I talk about first when I've gone more than a year without talking about things?
Alas, I'm not here to teach you the definition of ADHD; I'm here to bring you up to speed on ALL THE THINGS. So, let's just pretend we're old friends catching up after a long time apart. Grab a cup of coffee or glass of wine (or both - I don't know your life) and settle in because I have A LOT to share, as evidenced by this thing I said the last time I told you things:
"In case it isn’t clear, I’m incapable of writing a quick update. Either you get a book-long blog post with every thought that has ever popped into my head or you get nothing for months. There’s no in between."