Reblog if…

Reblog this if you have any of these:

  • Depression
  • Bipolar
  • Autism/Aspergers
  • ADHD
  • ADD
  • OCD
  • Anorexia
  • Bulimia
  • Schizophrenia
  • Borderline personality disorder
  • Anxiety
  • Dementia
  • PTSD
  • Paranoia
  • Stress
  • Anger issues
  • Tourettes

Any one that has any of these, just know, you are not alone, no matter how much you think you are not worthy. You are still human.

I discovered the ADHD haver’s best friend:

a mac app called helium that puts Netflix in a tiny floating window on your screen that you can make translucent and also click through, so you can watch tv and surf the web at the same time, it’s great

(That’s more see through than I like but this way it shows up in the picture)

Happy multitasking y’all!

Executive dysfunction gothic

- You have to shower. You cannot shower. You are standing right in front of the shower. You want to shower. You cannot shower.

- The meeting begins. “Did everyone see the email?” There is a chorus of nodding heads. You nod, too. You think you may possibly have checked an email account before, on one single occasion, at some unknown time, probably in a past life.

- You are hungry. You have been hungry for three days now. The hunger has not spontaneously resolved itself. How inconvenient, you think. How rude.

- You depend on your planner/calendar. You loathe your planner/calendar. You can’t function without it. You live in constant fear of it. It’s an unhealthy relationship. You think you both should start seeing other people.

- There is a pile on your floor. It is a treasure trove, the Room of Requirement. It has everything. You look for something specific. It has nothing. There was never any pile.

- There’s been a change of plans, they say. You don’t understand. They repeat: “there’s been a change of plans.” You don’t understand. The mere suggestion causes a buzzing in your head that drowns out everything else. You don’t understand.

- You’re in class and you don’t understand the lecture. You look back at your past notes. You look at a calendar. You have not been to class in two weeks. You have no memory of this supposed time. Where did it go? Why did it leave?

- “Organizational tips for success: Keep a planner! Write it down! Stick to a schedule! Make a list!” You are torn between deranged laughter and ugly crying. You choose both.

can i uh.... have a new brain please