A few years ago, I challenged myself to do something scary. Really, really scary. I spoke about having ADHD and dyslexia in front of hundreds of people over two nights here in Bozeman where I live. It was a PechaKucha talk meaning I had six minutes and 20 seconds to tell my…
A federal lawsuit asks the question
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but I play one in real life
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I have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder but until recently didn't consider myself disabled
Sadly, it could take hundreds of years
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