The Circle, a one act play
Adhd: *voice of a three year old* Woooaaahhh, it would be sooooo cool to do this. Can we do this?
Me: Okay, but it means we have to leave the house…
Adhd: Please?? Pretty please? We always wanted to do that!!
Me: *has never thought abt it, but is suddenly hooked* Whoa, you’re right! Yay! Let’s make plans for tomorrow!
Body: *party pooper voice* You KNOW you can’t make plans… At least not with me around… *evil laugh*
Me and Adhd: Ah, come on!! We never have fun and it will be fun! You’ll see! We feel better afterwards…
Body: *rolls eyes* Ugh, but don’t say I didn’t warn you!
Adhd and me: *make plans, think abt it for hours*
The next day, me: Guys, it’s time! We have to put on cloths and get going!
Body: Yeeaahhh, when I think abt it, I’m not feeling well, you know…
Adhd: *stares at the floor, silently*
Executive dysfunction: *throws confetti, plays marching band music, sings* Taadaaaa, here I aaaam! You won’t be able to do anything todayyyy!! And you know it!! And it makes you feel sad!!
Depression: *waits around the corner*
Autism and social anxiety: *sigh in relieve*
Jerkbrain: *shouts at me* You stupid bitch, control yourself! Giving in to your conditions makes you weak!! No wonder nobody likes you! And anyway, do you remember this embarrassing situation from like tenhundred years ago?? Here is a vivid picture, think abt it!!! *holds picture in my face, continues screaming*
Me: *stands in a pile of confetti*
Me: *goes to bed*