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  • Writer's pictureRae Sabine

AuDHD Person

“I was handed a paper cut-out and told to create ‘me’. I decided to make a representation of how my brain might look as a person. The multitude of eyes represent the constant feeling of seeing all my mistakes and differences, compared to how others view me. I added clothes to represent the layer that I try to hide behind in a neurotypical world to seem ‘normal’. After adding that, I looked at it, but knew something was missing. I ended up adding black scribbles on the limbs as a display of the constant tornado of thoughts that I experience as an AuDHD person.”

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