toward ADHD meaning-making
Thank you for this beautiful piece of writing. I am always happy to be trickster, having spent time hearing the stories from indigenous friends and knowing myself in the portrayal of raven or coyote. It is important we define ourselves whatever our perspective, but definitely feel like having always lived in the in between, my job has been to point out the truths and change the world.
Well this is incredible... I am absolutely claiming the Trickster mantle. Something about it sounds very queer too, the defiance of category and definition, the persistent Otherness, rejecting structures and showing the cracks of society's assumptions. Small wonder so many of us ADHDers are also queer in some way!
Yes yes. In reference to Emily Stoddard’s quote—my dreams are becoming more and more linear and coherent and it’s kind of worrying me. Having that ability to take my thoughts out of their cloud and into a set order is useful in one sense as it helps me with work, home, talking to people, but I feel like I’m also losing a part of me.
This was amazing thank you so much
I’d never seen it this way before, thank you ❤️
I guess the pain comes because I want to belong and it hurts to always feel like that person walking through the places and never being able to stay and root down