I just have some questions. Can anyone relate to this. I am not stupid, as I have a masters degree in English and love to read. However, I can't think on my feet at all, and usually figure out things awhile after they actually happened. And some simple things that everyone else gets, I just can't figure out. There are a lot of times things just don't register until later, if at all. My therapist thinks I have severe ADD, but maybe a learning disability also. Actually, I haven't identified with much of anything I've seen here, so I wonder what I have. I don't have trouble organizing and cleaning or putting things off until the last minute. But I am super forgetful and distracted, constantly preoccupied. Well, thanks for the space, and talking so much about myself for so long.
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