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You'll find it at NeuroQueer!
Where did Queer ADHD go?
Queer ADHD was founded by Sarah Dopp in January 2021 as an ADHD coaching and resource center for the LGBTQIA+ community. It closed in August 2022, and many of the coaches and community members can now be found at NeuroQueer. If you’re looking for Sarah, you can find her over here.
Routines? I hated them…until I was diagnosed with ADHD. Rather than a test to fail, they were gardening tools and houseplants, pruning the stress and anxiety from my day-to-day and creating an environment to thrive.
I hear you’re a queer person who just discovered you have ADHD. Welcome! I’m excited to officially welcome you to this rather specific—and specifically wonderful—club.
There’s this thing I do with Internet projects: I create something small and focused to meet my own needs, and then I turn my back for like, one minute and suddenly it has expanded way, way, way beyond my original scope.
Has it already been a month? It feels like it has flown by, but somehow it also feels like I’ve been doing this work for a long time—like it’s a part of me.
I made the decision to protect one day a week—Thursdays—for whatever I want to do in the moment. This turned out to be one of the most powerful gifts I could have given myself.