Something I both admire and enjoy about our Facebook community is how honest everyone has been about their experiences. Besides divulging their feelings on everything from Seasonal Affective Disorder to the holidays (Yay or Bah Humbug!), many of our fans have comforted each other, provided tips and shared their own personal stories and life lessons that got them through some tough times.
It’s just a reminder of how much we all go through on a daily basis, how important compassion is and how influential a community can have on the lives of individuals. Pretty powerful stuff!
With that being said, I’d like to thank our Facebook community, blog commenters, and Twitter followers. And hopefully return the support and love with these fabulous five posts. It’s all about bettering your body image, your relationships and more. Happy November!
(ADHD from A to Zoë) – Twitter may be something you would automatically think would be harmful for ADHDers. But Zoë suggests the contrary and finds 5 ways Twitter can actually help with your ADHD.
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