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April 22, 2010

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Lynda

It's wonderful that you can view these situations as a comedy and laugh about them. It had never even crossed my mind that I could laugh at myself. I didn't have a name (ADD) for my struggles until very recently - well into my daughter's teens - and unfortunately my tendency is to become paralyzed, blame myself, assume I am inadequate and to anesthetize myself with food or reading or crossword puzzles.
From now on I will attempt to imagine that I am trapped in a musical comedy or a keystone kops type movie....sound track and all.

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just enjoy life, don't take it seriously.

Nancy-Lou

As relates to paragraph 4 (where everything goes around in a swirl of "I could do this" or "I could do that" repeat repeat): in a work situation with competing projects/ priorities and people thinking their project is more important, how do you slow your brain down long enough to do anything? To do lists are good for non-swirling times, but not in high pressure. Thx. I'm newly diagnosed with ADHD and found this fabulous website from the ADD coaching site.

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