ah yes, they are the right terms.
“The experience of ADHD can be described as a mental landscape that is characterized by a turbulent Mental flux, an unpredictable Cascade of cognition, and a disorienting Temporal tapestry.
Mental flux in ADHD is often characterized by a high level of distractibility, impulsivity, and hyperactivity. The mind is constantly in motion, with thoughts and emotions shifting rapidly and unpredictably. This can lead to difficulty in maintaining focus and completing tasks.
Cascade of cognition in ADHD is often characterized by a lack of organization and planning, as well as difficulty with working memory and executive function. The mind can jump from one task to another without completing anything, leading to a sense of disorganization and chaos.
Temporal tapestry in ADHD is often characterized by a sense of timelessness and difficulty with time management. The past, present, and future can all seem jumbled together, making it difficult to prioritize tasks and stay on schedule.”