09 Oct '16, 2pm

@brooksrunning #RunHappy #WorldMentalHealthDay

@brooksrunning #RunHappy #WorldMentalHealthDay

Running Through ADHD: How I struggled and emerged The below is a guest blog from our friend Tara Campbell. From fence to fence, I fled across the freshly harvested field, each step landing gently upon the stiff, spiky bumps of coarsely cut hay – and I was free. Running has always been the place, the movement, the calmness in which I have felt most connected to myself, the world, and all that may lie beyond it. Having struggled with undiagnosed ADHD for the majority of my life, much of what came naturally for others was foreign to me; as if an extra dash of difficulty was being sprinkled onto the plentiful platter life’s experiences. Whether it was a cerebral endeavour such as school work, or a more spirited one, like sorting through my intense emotions, I was often overwhelmed and lost in the chaos and confusion of my mind. As I grew, the restlessness within me continued t...

Full article: http://talk.brooksrunning.com/blog/2016/10/07/running-adh...

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