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Surfer Anastasia Ashley Announces her Disability!

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Tex Hollywood - January 4, 2024

Surfer Anastasia Ashley, who the mainstream world fell in love with back in 2013 thanks to a strategic twerk warm up video on the beach, is still out there living that aspirational and endless summer life.

I don't know about you, but at least a dozen times a day, mainly when shoveling snow from these arctic conditions, even in these Global Warming times, I just imagine hanging ten in some tropical place, not that I know how to surf or possess that level of cool, but that's the point of dreams.

She recently announced that she suffers from ADHD, which is probably one of the most common disabilities to have in this internet tab, short attention span lifestyle we live. As you probably know, ADHD makes it hard to focus, or easy to hyper focus on the wrong thing. It makes it hard to complete tasks. Hard to concentrate. Non-stop talking. Inability to wait their turn due to impatience. Acting without thinking. I mean we're all pretty ADHD aren't we.

However, it is a formal disability, so if you're diagnosed with it, you can probably benefit from various services in place for the disabled and that means that your favorite surf booty is disabled! So maybe it's time you offer her your care.

She recently posted a video in collaboration with a gaming company called ENDEAVOR OTC , who make the first non-medical, FDA approved video game to help ADHD.

Which means, Anastasia Ashley, professional surfer, is trying to deal with her disability in the most fun way possible, gaming from an epic location!



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