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ADHD memes

For a long time, I didn’t take memes seriously. They felt too good to be true. Fun, easy, useful, and democratic. What’s the catch?

Here’s the thing… there’s no catch! Memes are a vital and flexible form of communication, especially for “serious” topics like learning differences and ADHD.

I don’t think people understand the complexity of memes. Each time someone makes a version of a meme, it gains a new layer of meaning. We use them to track how ideas evolve. Creating and sharing them helps connect us to the world.

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Of course, memes are also gloriously dumb. That’s part of their charm. They can be smart and dumb at the same time.

(Just like me).

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  • Email
  • Text Message
  • Coming soonGoogle Classroom