So If you haven’t read this before I’d stop now.
But if you are continuing to read this you are interested or have indeed read this before.
I think my writing is a bit hard to follow if you haven’t seen it before.
I don’t edit it.
I let everything flow out and just run on until I get bored or find a good stopping point.
I definitely shouldn’t do any of that.
Unfortunately, for you, I do. I just let my thoughts carry my writing in this and see what happens.
Sometimes I’ll have one thing in mind and try to work to that point but when I get there another thought is in the way, and by the time I get past the second idea I’ve lost my first thought.
I guess that’s actually ADD, huh?
I never really outgrew it I guess.
Did you know that my mom tested me for ADD/ADHD when I was 9 but never told me I had it?
I only just found out last year too. I had to write my senior essay and my mom was like, “you should write about how, even though you struggled in school, you overcame that and your ADD…”
I was like, “WHAT the fuck are you talking about? I’ve had ADD?”
She thought it was a simple misunderstanding between me and her but, how the hell is that a misunderstanding?!?
“Hey, you have ADD.” It’s not that hard to say! It certainly would’ve helped explain the bad grades and the shiftiness in classes, not being able to focus and sit still.
I mean then I would’ve been able to fight past the ADD and struggles. Instead I just thought that I was slow or something. But no, I medically can’t focus.
Whatever, painful memories being brought up I guess. ADD and ADHD are made up diseases anyway. It’s called being a kid, and being bored in school.
Oh well I guess I have a knack for finding out information about myself, later than I should.