So I went camping, and it was fun.
The problem? Nothing, not really, if I let my damn ego go. Which I'm trying to do.
But it's just so annoying that all the things that are such a giant pain in the ass to do with ADHD and executive dysfunction are also the things that really help my mental health. Exercise? Get in touch with Nature? Goddammit.
Camping takes so much work. I hate that it actually helped me feel centered and capable and content without electronics. Ahdfkslja;fekwjasdf
Also, it's just freaking annoying that I went right before winter starts and now I'm going to have to wait till spring if I want to do this again without freezing.
Anyway. It's very annoying that these things actually do help mental health.
On the other hand, I'm able to admit this to myself, which is probably a good thing. I think my Parent Issues would have stopped me from admitting it a few years ago, so it's nice to know I've had some improvement. Good for me.
Does this count as therapy?
Anyway. I'd put up photos, but they're all polaroids, and have faces of pals in them. So instead just imagine being conked in the head with a hickory nut, and you'll be close enough to the experience.