This is a update: Things have been rough these past couple months.. I stopped fighting for the right to get medical help for my symptoms.. things slowed down I wasn't feeling the pain as much I wasn't having heart flutters...but I recently got worse again. They started back up. I started blacking out at work… Continue reading Hello Spoonies! 💛
Anonymous said: "Is someone with diagnosed ADHD a nurotypical? what is a nuerotypical person? I don't want to be using the word to describe the wrong thing" Answer This is often debated, but.. No. Someone with ADHD is not neurotypical. Neuro means nervous system, or brain, and typical means normal, or usual. People with ADHD… Continue reading May Mental Health Q/A #1 🌻
Fidget Spinners I hear a lot of controversy with fidget spinner's how they're very helpful stimming is necessary for autistic people and people with ADHD, and anxiety, and many other ND things. Stimming help to regulate sensory input, to concentrate, fidget spinners being the biggest way and increasingly… Continue reading Nuero Typical/Divergents
A couple of things I want to discuss Since May is mental health awareness month, I thought it would be a perfect time to talk about some things concerning me. If you want to provide a counter-argument, please be kind and respectful, I’m not in the mood for jerks. 1. Fidget spinners and fidget cubes… Continue reading May Mental Health Awareness Month🌻 💙
As it’s May 4th, we should all remember how amazing Carrie Fisher was and how she was an advocate for mental health issues. She taught so many people to find acceptance in themselves when it came to their mental health and to never let anyone tell you can’t do a damn thing because of it.… Continue reading Happy Star Wars Day!
So let me tell you about my Saturday.. it started out alright woke up at 11 didn't have to go to work till 3:30. It was stress free till I found out I didn't have a ride to work.. so panic sets in and if you don't know me know that I have severe anxiety.… Continue reading No spoons day 😓🥄👎🏻
My normal has became nothing but constant hospital visits and constant IV's.. and very few inbetweens. there's not one time I've gone that I haven't been hooked up to this darn thing 😂