Busyness in our Brains

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Story by Natalie J.
My brain is different. I have ADHD and at a very young age I discovered a talent for using words to create pictures in the minds of others. I found inspiration in ballet, art, poetry, novels. Anne McCaffery \”Catterpillar Question\” was a true favorite that I would read over and over again. Hours of pretend gave birth to yarns unraveling onto a computer screen. I\’m 31 now. ADHD never simply goes away, we just learn to adapt and compensate for the busyness in our brains. Because of ADHD I have learnt to maintain my outlook on life so the children I look after can approach thier own life with positivity and bravery.