Tell me your story!

A massively instrumental, yet incredibly simple part of my mental-spiritual-personal-professional growth has been listening to other people’s stories and learning from them. I would have never even considered Adult AD/HD as a probable diagnosis, let alone brought it up with my psychologist – had I not read about similar experiences elsewhere. SO much of what I’ve learned about this disorder has been discovered simply by conversing with other people who are also afflicted. I genuinely love learning about the experiences of others because not only do they provide limitless templates for situations I myself have not encountered yet, but they make me feel a bit less isolated, forgotten and alone. For so long I thought I really was just insane, inept, bat-shit crazy and pure stupid – and boy, do those types of thought patterns lead you down some crazy paths – and it wasn’t until I started researching my symptoms and asking other people if they experienced anything similar, did I find myself realizing that I COULD be helped, I COULD be “fixed” (for lack of a better word) and that my crazy, insane brain was NOT MY FAULT. There was a light at the end of the tunnel.

The aim of all of this babbling is this – I’d like to provide a platform for others to tell their stories. It doesn’t have to be AD/HD related, mental health related or about any of the other categories I have listed above. I’d like to interview YOU – I’d like to give YOU the opportunity to tell whatever story you think would be of benefit to someone, somewhere, out there in the wild, vast techno-verse.

If you’d like to be featured in “The Interviews” section, please email me directly at…

busyblueyes@gmail.com

…and in the subject line, write “MY INTERVIEW”. From there, we’ll exchange ideas and get your story down on “paper”, after which it will go live on Busy Blue Eyes!

I’m looking forward to learning more about you!

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