By Kelly Babcock, author of the blog, "ADHD Man of DistrAction" on PsychCentral
I’ve written about routine and structure before. I’ve blatantly stated: “Structure good, routine bad!”
And I’ve explained it. Structure allows some freedom within it’s confines, providing more of a guide to life. Routine allows no freedoms, providing instead a regimen that allows no room for creativity or variety.
But even structure can be somewhat stultifying. If structure provides a guide, for instance, to let you know what needs to be done, once you start taking care of those things you perceive a schedule or routine.
Once that routine is perceived, you’re going to do one of two things. You will comply, or you will defy.
No way out!
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