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Learning About ADhD: Initial Discovery
I want to say thank you to everyone who has liked and commented on my blog in the last year or so. I started this blog as a way to get my voice out there and get my opinions about the ever growing world of marketing, digital environments and their intersection in social dilemmas.
Recently, I was diagnosed with adult ADHD. I have spent a good portion of my life masking my ADHD as opposed to treating and working with it over time.
With that struggle in mind, I will soon be publishing articles related to and about my understanding of ADHD.
I’m by no means an expert but I do want to share some insights I have gathered in recent months regarding my new diagnosis, the world of marketing, Web3, design, and digital environments.
Thanks to everyone who has supported my blog with reads, follows, and comments! Thanks for your support!
Update June 5, 2023
Well as I am nearing the end of my degree, I am focusing a lot on how I manage ADHD in my day to day life. I also want to acknowledge the impact on my ability to focus that me health challenges present to me. I have spent a lot of time during my school year this last year considering my adhd diagnosis. In many ways, I feel I was looking for a way to continue to cram more into my life instead of listening to the health issues my body was telling me about. As I continue learning about ADHD and my health challenges, I feel part or some of them may have a correlative relationship.
In essence, I wanted to leave an update here letting people know I am still very much working through the kinks of this strange diagnosis and appreciate all the support I get just from being able to write this openly. Thanks again.
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