Lolol 🙂 Thanks so much for the response and the info. Makes complete sense. And yes I use my iphone most of the time. 😉
as far as the anxiety/depression goes I appreciate the advice and therefore the concern. I’ve been seeing my psych every week now for a lil over two years and she has helped tremendously.
I honestly feel everything I went through and all the lessons I learned from losing literally everything with my addiction helped out A LOT!! It’s horrible to say but I’m glad that I had to go through that. It made me who I am, which btw is a completely different person before this. It also taught me what’s important to me. Also the viscous loneliness both during and after it has given me the chance to really discover who I am at the deepest level I’ve ever been able to.
Like I said I’m 32 and I think people around my age or older that have ADD had it very rough as a child. Considering those are the most important years development wise, I’m so profoundly proud of myself and anyone else whose even through it. I love that it’s more accepted these days and all of the negative connotations associated with ADD in the past have all but vanished. 🙂 now as a society we need to reach that pint with mental health and addiction!REPORT ABUSE