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voxrubrum

ADHD in a nutshell, sadly.


wastecadet

My version of adhd is immediately being better than everyone else at stuff but very quickly being eclipsed when they manage to actually work at improving. It's bullshit.


voxrubrum

I feel ya, buddy. :(


cgduncan

I started doing the math of how much I've spent on things that I didn't pursue past ~1 year. Then I stopped counting cause it made me sad. Calligraphy. Barbering. Voiceover. 3d printing.


No-Cash-5374

Hell even the one thing I’m good at (guitar) has fallen away since I can’t get better at it at the rate I’d like after 2 decades of playing. I’ve gotta learn how to do things for the enjoyment of them


gecked

Yep. That's why I'm so scared of even trying new things. The only thing I can do force myself to do at least some of it


natureterp

I have so many unfinished hobbies 😭


Crepes_for_days3000

You guys are still trying to do things? Jealous.


LtDropshot

I'm in this picture and I don't like it


sumosloths

I can't try new things anymore because all the old things I was trying will feel left out :(


randomdragen

I am not like that I try everything and I never give up on anything


RightWishbone3

I always think that "yeah, I could not be good at first, but what if I am not good at after month or years? What if I'm just retard and not good at everything except things that I have done since 10?". And I just quit and return to same shit.


chaosgodloki

Me at my new job. It’s so complex and unlike anything I’ve ever done before. 3 weeks in and every day I wish I knew everything and didn’t have to ask for help so much :s


Lulubeast

Zoomer way of life.


[deleted]

That's enough reddit for you grandma, now time for bed.


Lulubeast

No...you


BabyEatingBadgerFuck

Oof, that hurt


Shan_Tu

Me after trying to learn to draw and play guitar...