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“All My Friends Are Neurodivergent — and Wonderful”

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For a good chunk of my life, I suffered greatly in the friendship department. The feeling of being hopelessly abnormal started in elementary school, where, as a child with ADHD, I struggled to sit still like the other kids, feared getting called on by my teachers, nervously solved math problems on the board while everyone watched and teased, and stumbled through sports whose rules I could never quite grasp.

I truly felt like I was beyond the reaches of friendship. At an early age, I was intimately familiar with intense loneliness.I found comfort in my cherished books.

If I had no one to play with, I could always lock myself away with a good book and hyperfocus on a different life through its pages.

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