Why Can’t I Write Anymore

It seems these days that I’d rather ignore this blog than to write in it. This should be a fun, creative process; instead it has felt like an obligation. Why?  I so wanted to evolve into an interesting and informative writer. Instead, I  have let my valued readers down by avoiding posting, at least, something once a week.
Damn ADD, you’ve reared your ugly, inconsistent head again. I swear, I’ll do my best to post more often. But, here it is folks, ADD doing it’s thing. One day I “can”; one day I “can’t”.
Thank you, readers, for your patience.


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  2. Write when you can. Less stress. No pressure. My intentions were to blog daily but I live a sidetracked life with Adult ADD. Be encouraged, you are not alone in the struggle! Have a lovely day!


  3. hi. I just wrote a story on overlap bipolar and adhd, particularly bewildering and painful as a kid. Doesn’t make what happened better but maybe you would be so kind to click on it and we can follow each other. Here is link to ‘slow learner racing thoughts’ and ALSO, I know a mag looking for writers if you well, you let me know. bipolarbrainiacSFL@Hotmail.com
    Link to bipolar hope
    Just a click is totally appreciated but it might make sense to you and I’d be interested to know what you think. my email above.

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