Explain Adult ADHD

No. We Are Not All “A Little ADHD.” Explain Adult ADHD

Part of #ExplainAdultADHD.  A campaign to reduce the ignorance, misinformation, and stigma against adults with ADHD. No. We Are Not All “A Little ADHD.” “I have ADHD, I have accepted it so if you’re in my life as a friend, family member or acquaintance you should accept it and not belittle it. I hear far too …

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Explain Adult ADHD

Successful and Simultaneously Struggling. Explain Adult ADHD

Part of #ExplainAdultADHD.  A campaign to reduce the ignorance, misinformation, and stigma against adults with ADHD. Successful and Simultaneously Struggling.   “4.0 GPA and I feel like I’m drowning. Thoughts move 500 miles an hour and ambition to pursue them all at once follows. What’s mistaken for motivation by most is a compulsion – an itch …

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ADHD Is My Super Power Not My Disability. Explain Adult ADHD.

Part of #ExplainAdultADHD.  A campaign to reduce the ignorance, misinformation, and stigma against adults with ADHD. ADHD Is My Super Power Not My Disability. “Just because some people think ADHD is a disability, doesn’t mean we all do! ADHD is my super power and my track record proves it. I accomplish a lot more than my …

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Drop the Kid Gloves. Explain Adult ADHD

Part of #ExplainAdultADHD.  A campaign to reduce the ignorance, misinformation, and stigma against adults with ADHD. Drop the Kid Gloves “This didn’t happen every time, but it was often enough that I don’t think I’ll ever tell anyone about my diagnosis anymore. There have been times that it was extremely relevant, and I’ve shared it with …

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Don’t Be Hard on Me! Explain Adult ADHD

Part of #ExplainAdultADHD.  A campaign to reduce the ignorance, misinformation, and stigma against adults with ADHD. Don’t Be Hard on Me! “As an adult with ADHD, I will always feel child-like and therefore feel like those in positions of authority (bosses, leaders, parents, elders) expect me to “grow out of” some of my symptoms. I wish …

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