Seeking Distraction

fastcompany:

As more than a decade’s research is showing, genius and madness are basically best friends. What’s interesting is why.”

I do wish the article had noted how difficult these very same illnesses can create with putting ideas into practice. It’s all well and good to perceive differently and make unique connections, but the ability to express it is beyond many people. They’re too busy trying to navigate the roadblocks their illnesses leave in the way of everyday routine.

(via teachingliteracy)

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