Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, where does it come from? From looking at many research studies, psychologists can only say that it may be passed down genetically and that if a parent were to have it, the child is likely to as well. Is it solely based on our genes, or is it something else entirely; possibly something to do with our environment and its chemical make-up or our environment in the sense of nature versus nurture?
Graduate school has given me the opportunity to find myself and I have come to the conclusion that I don’t have to figure out everything at once. When I see this “life of greatness” on a social media page, I have to remember that where I’m at now is great. I realize that I have to enjoy the moment, appreciate my blessings, and understand that establishing my career isn’t a race against time.
Who am I? When athletes answer this question, it is simple. I am an athlete. What makes you an athlete? This one is a bit more challenging. What makes us an athlete could be many things, it may be the time commitment that has been put towards the sport, their passion for the game, the determination and motivation to become better, the disciplined practice and skill, the list is endless. But what is an athlete’s answer to the question; “What comes next?”.
Have you ever listened to music and felt moved by it? Maybe it caused you to feel more motivated. Maybe you were stressed at work or school and music enabled you to break that feeling.