So ADHD isn't real? I've heard that it may not and that people with ADHD might actually be indigos but I'm not entirely sure about that. What if the doctor is right and I am ADHD. But then again I can't have adhd I'm too successful to have it.Welcome to the Bowman's forum Ebeth199, I like your pronouncement! I often wonder if I would have been "diagnosed" with ADHD if such discriminating pidgeonholeing was done when I was a youngster - one of the side effects of an organization that is allowed to invent 'diseases' that they alone can 'treat' in my opinion.
Do you think you will be happy with yourself regardless of the results from a adhd or autism diagnosis.? I wouldn't change myself if i could! (Adhd) I love how creative my brain is and how visual i am. And my daughter is Aspergers and is an amazing artist and we are both super smart.How can I be happy with myself when people think I'm ADHD or even worse autistic.
You only really need to worry if you think you are the only sane person in an insane world.
So ADHD isn't real? I've heard that it may not and that people with ADHD might actually be indigos but I'm not entirely sure about that. What if the doctor is right and I am ADHD. But then again I can't have adhd I'm too successful to have it.
I'm the exact same way I always got to be occupied and on the go or I get depressed which can make it seem like I have adhd. I'm also starting to believe I might be an indigo myself but not entirely sure yet.In my teens, a doctor tried telling my Mum that I had ADHD because I couldn’t keep ‘amused’ long enough and always had to be doing something. He wanted to test me for ADHD and Mum refused. I’m so glad she did, as I found out in my adult life once I discovered a few PL’s, that I’ve always been like this because I am a Indigo child. I believe that after Indigo’s came the Rainbow children (I think it was Rainbow...).
In my WWII lifetime, I had a lot of responsibilities to keep me occupied (because otherwise I’d feel bored) and this often earned me the displeasure of family members. This also earned me the strange remarks from colleagues, because to them, it looked like I ‘had to know everything and anything’ when in essence, I was keeping myself amused because I felt I had to do everything (classic trait of ADHD). I later burnt myself out in November/December 1941, and recovered in January/February 1942.
In this current lifetime, I can get very depressed if I’m not continually doing something, but I have learned that rest is important too (one of the reasons I have Fibromyalgia now too).
There is nothing wrong with having diagnosed/undiagnosed ADD/ADHD or even Autism, because a lot of those souls spend more time in the Astral than in the physical. Souls also come into these bodies with (especially Autism whether it be verbal or non-verbal) as Karmic payback for the parents as a result of long-standing Karmic patterns that exist between both the soul and the parents.
No one is ‘stupid’, and everyone learns differently and you shouldn’t speak about yourself so lowly.
All the best,