365 Days of ADHD: Reintroducing Me to My Neurodivergent Self

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Although I’ve lived for thirty years with this brain in my head, for only one of those years have I known it to be the ADHD model.

I’m learning how to be alive all over again. That’s not to say I was much of an expert before, but I managed. Now, I’m…

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writer & designer ✍🏻 Ted Allen once said I complete him. ✨ media, ADHD & mental health, satire, obscure deep dives 👉🏻 My articles are organized in Lists!

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Dylan M. Austin

Dylan M. Austin

writer & designer ✍🏻 Ted Allen once said I complete him. ✨ media, ADHD & mental health, satire, obscure deep dives 👉🏻 My articles are organized in Lists!

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