So often we, as a collective human race, shy away from being completely honest with one another for fear that we will hurt someone in return. In all actuality, not being completely honest is more hindering than being honest. Because you see, in honesty- there is growth. There is opportunity, strength, betterment, teaching moments, laughter, and there is hope.
The play wasn’t over when you made your grand exit, but as they say in show business—the show must go on.
There are few things that are more frustrating than when I hear someone toss, “Oh my god I am so ADD right now” around like it's the next big thing, when really it’s just your excuse for why you weren’t paying attention. And quite frankly, as someone who has struggled with the ups and downs of ADD/ADHD, it’s pretty insulting. And don't even get me started on the whole "your friend’s, sister’s, cousin’s, dog’s owner has ADD/ADHD which gives you a free pass to use it" mentality.