Jayne M. Wesler, Esq.
Imagine you’re a ninth-grade student. It’s early morning and the alarm clock rings, jarring you awake. You look at the time. It’s 8 o’clock. ‘OMG!’ your brain shrieks. ‘I’m supposed to be at school.’
You leap from your bed, grab some clothing, pull it on, and run out the door.
You arrive at school late, disheveled, and without any breakfast or lunch. What on earth just happened?
Welcome to the brain. In this case, your brain has attention-deficit disorder, and it works a little differently than a “normal” brain. You’re often easily distracted, forgetful, don’t pay attention to details, and...