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ADHD blog: ADHD burnout

The Severe ramblings of an incoherent ADHDer, or better known as an introduction to Kennyland. (Note: this was written by guest blogger Kenny Hill. The post has not been changed from the original and any typos,

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ADHD daily blog: Dyslexia

The Severe ramblings of an incoherent ADHDer, or better known as an introduction to Kennyland. (Note: this was written by guest blogger Kenny Hill. The post has not been changed from the original and any typos,

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Man fighting with javelin

The Mighties: Sons of the Covenant

The Mighties Eight hundred. That is how many men were dead around him. A circular display of confidence and competence. A tribute to God’s might and to years of training. Josheb felt simultaneously grateful and

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Dependency

[The following is a portion of the up-and-coming book called, “A Handbook for my Son” by Casey Stinnett.  If you would like to be on the waitlist for the final book, please text Casey at

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Circus Mirrors

“Did you know that you have never seen your own face? Did you know that you’ve only seen it in a mirror, pictures, or in a video? In order for us to see ourselves physically,

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Arch in Moab, UT

Lessons from Moab

As I reflect on my recent hiking and rappelling trip in Moab with my husband, son, and friends, I find a few lessons I have learned. As a preface, I love being outside, if it

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boy with hands over his face

Border Patrol

One of Satan’s primary tactics is to try and get you to forget about your Border Patrol activities.  He works tirelessly to get you to forget your PWR goals, your drills, and to mark your calendar.  He works to

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woman waking up in the morning

The Daily Ritual Blueprint:

Discover, Plan, Act, Reflect for a Fulfilling Day Ahead. In the realm of personal development, there’s a timeless truth: how you start your day sets the tone for everything that follows.

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Man taking off a mask and hiding behind it

Masking

ADHD masking is when someone with ADHD tries to cover up their symptoms by copying with the behaviors of people who don’t have it. ADHD masking may be a way for some people with ADHD to fit in socially, avoid being stigmatized, or feel more accepted.

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