Nov 15, 2022

The last few days have been rough, and my life is crazy at the moment. There are times I just want to go outside to scream my head off to release my emotions. ​

Here’s the link if you prefer to listen:

https://anchor.fm/alexandra-mars1/episodes/Nov-15–2022-e1qrsk7

The last few days have been rough, and my life is crazy at the moment. There are times I just want to go outside to scream my head off to release my emotions.

The pressure is building and hearing my internal teapot of emotions is beginning to boil. ADD is brewing, and waiting for a release. It has taken me a lot of years to recognize my triggers.

Until my stress and craziness go away, I will be dealing with the pressure, and I want to prevent a meltdown,

I will be exercising again, that’s a wonderful way to release the pressure, express my emotions, pray, and trust in God.

Keeping everything bottled up isn’t good for me, and it causes meltdowns.

People with ADHD/ADD need to express their thoughts and emotions. It is one of the best ways to prevent meltdowns, besides getting plenty of sleep, and eating. A lack of sleep and being hungry and thirsty can bring on a meltdown.

That’s what I have learned in dealing with ADD.

Sunday Talk with Alexandra Mars (Oct 23, 2022)

Here’s my link below:

https://anchor.fm/alexandra-mars1/episodes/Sunday-Talk-with-Alexandra-Mars-Oct-23–2022-e1plo6l

Please note that both of my segments come in two parts. I will be discussing why dyslexic students need to learn how to read. In my second segment, I will be sharing my story of how I learned to read.