- When someone assumes they know what you are about.
- When someone assumes they know what you are after in life.
- When someone assumes they know what makes you tick.
- When someone assumes your aspirations are similar to theirs.
- When someone finishes your sentences, but it’s not what you were thinking, much less what you were going to say.
- When you tell someone that you have ADHD, then a bunch of off the mark statements and knee jerk actions develop simply because they are now aware that you have it, but it is obvious they don’t really know what it is, much less how it affects you.
Preconceived notions are usually wrong.
Wouldn’t it be nice, instead of assuming something of you that they would have the selflessness to at least ask first?
It’s said friendships are built on foundations of trust. However, something else comes before trust and it can be summed up in one word:
Let’s see how that works first.