#AutismAcceptance/#AutismAppreciation doodles ‘n’ scribbles, no. 19: Easily Distracted

Black and white felt tip drawing with two panels. PANEL 1 (left-hand side: two female-presenting people, walking along - one is talking to the other (“so anyway, she was all, like...?!”), who is distracted by something(“Oh look, a squirrel,”). PANEL 2 (right hand side): the same distracted person is at her computer, but is looking away from the screen (“Oh look, an idea!”).

The autism:ADHD interface.

I struggle to keep focused sometimes, unless I’m really engaged, interested, and enjoying what it is I’m doing. Sometimes it’s my surroundings that distract me; sometimes it’s my own thoughts. My brain never stops motoring.


[Image description: black and white felt tip comic scrip with two panels.

PANEL 1 (left-hand side: two female-presenting people, walking along – one is talking to the other (speech bubble: “so anyway, she was all, like…?!”), who is distracted by something(speech bubble:”Oh look, a squirrel,”).

PANEL 2 (right hand side): the same distracted person is at her computer, but is looking away from the screen (speech bubble: “Oh look, an idea!”).]

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