Sometimes someone points me to an article on the web, but I could not read it as I find it is too long to read.
I usually tell it is too long so I can't read it, but then the person seems to start to think I'm too rude that I refuse to read what they "kindly" recommend. But I don't have any intention to ignore the recommendation and I just can't read it as I immediately lose my concentration during reading, and when I tried it again, I already forgot about the content I had read so I started to read it again from the top of the article, then lose my concentration again, and the same repeats endlessly.
These people don't understand that some people are rather incompetent at reading than others, which is particularly common among ADHD and RD.
Also, it depends on each article and I could read some articles without any problem. It is not just about the length of the article but also the easiness to read, the way the author writes, and the interest I have in the field, etc...
And these people also seem to think it is just about the required time, so once I post something on social media, then the person immediately asks me something like:
X: Have you read it?
I: Not yet.
X: Why? If you have the time to use Twitter you can read it!
But again, even though I can post on the social media I could not read the long article...
In this case how can I tell the person I could not read the long article?