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“When I screw up again, when I let someone down again, I feel guilt and shame and I want to cry.
I feel guilt and shame that it has happened again and I haven’t fixed the problem.
I wish I could just explain, and be believed, and not have it used against me.
I wish you knew what I was thinking, what I was trying to do. It looks like I don’t care, but I do.
And now I bury these thoughts and try again.”
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This post first appeared on Adult ADD Strengths - A Blog About Adults With Attention Surplus Condition (aka ADHD) By Adult ADHD Coach Pete Quily. Since 2005., please read the originial post: here