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Old 07-14-17, 09:20 PM
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Re: Am I going crazy??

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Originally Posted by Jacksper View Post
Glad I let go of my faith (well it was not really a choice, it was the gradual realization that I didn't have any evidence for my belief, combined with the conclusion that I didn't actually need it), to me, letting go was essential for my road to becoming functional.
Some faith-related practices such as meditation or prayer can promote a certain mindfulness that could be useful to people with ADHD. I like some of these kinds of practices.
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Last edited by namazu; 07-15-17 at 01:00 PM.. Reason: Religious discussion is prohibited outside of Meditation & Spirituality and Debates.
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