ADHD was something relatively unknown in the society and country when I was growing up decades ago. It s not a mental illness or personality disorder. It is now believed that ADHD is a bioneurological genetic disorder related to brain development. It is not something that a person can snap out or grow out of it. I would like to share my personal experience on growing up and struggling with many of the symptoms of ADHD. And without having a name of my symptoms for most part of my life, what are the adjustment, sometimes maladaptation that I had (and sometimes still do) to cope with this disorder.
Judging increases isolation and separation, because it emphasizes our differences rather than our similarities. Whenever you judge yourself or others as being inferior or superior, better or worse, smarter or dumber, prettier or uglier, stronger or weaker, fatter or thinner, richer or poorer, you still feel separate Judging reinforces our preconceptions and thus limits our [...]
In the net, there are lots of resources with recipes. If you run dry of ideas, you can google for various sites in recipes. Yes, I am starting to get interested in cooking again (last interest faded when I was 10 coz my family found my cooking so atrocious). But the most effective may to [...]
Why let our feelings of unworthiness, loneliness and emotional trauma from childhood prevent us from forming healthy relationships with ourselves and others? Think about it, people who hurt us are now either old and defenseless or dead. They can't hurt us anymore. So why are we still hurting ourselves?