This is a great article to read if you are struggling with your own self-awareness. It is written by Mark Manson who has worked with many people with ADHD.
Manson has actually been diagnosed with ADHD and this article talks about how people who have ADHD are so much more aware of their own thoughts and actions that they can understand why someone else may feel and act similarly. In this case, it seems the person making this statement feels that the person with ADHD is lying and that no one would be able to make this argument.
Many times people with ADHD are taught to be too concerned with the outward appearance of their actions and lack of external standards which make it hard to understand others. Manson’s argument is that people with ADHD get a much deeper understanding of their own actions, as well as the motivations and motives of others because of what they read in their own minds.
As I’ve said before, most of the time the person with ADHD has no sense of humor, and often fails to take it into account when making a comment or suggesting an action. Because this attitude is something that you have to be able to handle, it’s going to be hard to change that attitude.
Ive also said that people with ADHD can get a far deeper understanding of the emotional states of others. Because they can get a good handle on the emotions of you and others, their comments and actions will be much less likely to cause harm.
This is a problem since we often have a hard time understanding other people’s emotions.
I think this is a problem because we often feel bad for others. This is not necessarily a bad thing, as it means we are more likely to be understanding of others. Also, this doesn’t usually cause us to be malicious. As long as you can control your emotions and your actions, the people around you will be able to determine what you are feeling and think and do. But it can be really hard to control.
The main problem with using our emotions (or lack thereof) as a gauge for others feelings is that it can cause us to be less than honest with ourselves. We need to be careful not to over-emote without being over-emotioned. People are usually more interested in the people they feel they can trust. When they feel they can trust someone, they tend to trust them. The same goes for what we feel we can trust.
It’s all the more important because we’re constantly bombarded with information in the media. We tend to have a hard time discerning between what’s real and what’s fake. A good way to tell real from fake is to listen to yourself. If you hear yourself saying something in a way that you know is not true, but you feel like you should be saying, then you are probably telling the truth.
The best way to keep your trust is to listen to yourself, and not being heard. When you have the courage to trust someone, you do a good job of being heard. And when you learn to trust someone, it’s great, and that’s what most people would say.