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A Queerdo In Space 🏳️‍🌈 Jun 19
Friends with , how would you describe what goes on in your brain?
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Kristin Fowler 🌿 Jun 18
So when I use a pomodoro timer, I keep a bunch of sticky notes nearby to track errant thoughts because . This is what I wrote down in 25 minutes. Some are relevant to the project I'm working on, some aren't. But to my brain ALL of these require immediate attention
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Adult ADHD Channel Jun 18
‘More girls may have than we think – and their struggle to receive a diagnosis can affect their whole lives.’ This reports on delayed diagnosis really resonates with us, Alex and Amy from the Channel ADHD team had this experience
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ADHDinclusion Jun 21
Today my child was told his disability was ‘annoying other students’ & that there were occasions where none of his peers wanted to work with him. On the way home he cried & put his head in my lap. We wonder why suicide rates are at epidemic levels. We need to do better
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Myheadisashed Jun 20
So, on Monday at the ripe age of 42, I was diagnosed with ADHD. I've suspected it ever since I started researching into ADHD for my son. Now I know it, I don't know what to do with it?? #
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Dani Donovan Jun 16
Happy ! 👦🏼👧🏽🧒🏻 Here’s a game that parents of kids know all too well:
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The Autistic Academic 17h
A rare burst of executive functioning tonight: kiddo's packed lunch made, school shoes polished, ironing put away, dishes done, wheely bin retrieved. I'll be thanking myself in the morning🤘 My diagnosis has helped me identify my struggles.
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doogleblue 19m
Had assessment my 6 year old daughter today, won’t know the outcome for a couple of weeks. School are obstructing everything because they haven’t noticed any problems. Mind you they failed to notice she had broken her ankle at school last yr.
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🌈Didi Friendco🏳️‍🌈 Jun 23
Hello, twitter friends! I’ve seen a lot of posts recently about undiagnosed ADHD in girls/women and I want to chip in my own two cents. I grew up in a predominantly male home (2 brothers, no sisters) and I now live in a predominantly male home (3 sons, 1 husband, 1 dad) 1/
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Focus-MD 16h
brains are fast.....
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Matthew Alexander Jun 23
When your makes you switch between multiple writing projects in a day, yet somehow you can keep track of the progress in each.
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Bert “xistence” Regeer Jun 23
is walking downstairs to do a thing, forgetting and doing 6 other things, followed by sitting down at your desk and going: “fuck, I forgot to do the thing” Repeat as necessary. I’ve accomplished 12 things, but not that one thing I wanted to get done.
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faigy liebermann 22h
Thank you Michelle Beckett from ADHD Action for inviting me to the APPG on ADHD in Westminster last week. The focus was in the criminal justice system. Here I am presenting my book "Own Your ADHD" to Robert Buckland, Justice Minister who was invited to attend.
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Ray Prekop Jun 24
Are we gonna talk about how our doctors just medicated us without really explaining the different ways our affects us???
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NerdNDisguise 44m
Seeing this infographic helps me understand why my is as bad as it is... but I just can’t bear to get rid of anything of the things on my mind that make me happy. I’m sure that part in the back will be fine.
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PsychCentral Jun 24
Did Leonardo da Vinci Have ADHD?
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fat, femme, fatigued, and fucking fabulous 15m
Researching meds sure would be easier if I could focus for more than 90 seconds at a time
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Ginsburg Advanced 2h
Men are nearly three times as likely as women to be diagnosed with ADHD.
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Daisy Flores 14h
Thank god for 🙌🏻 I really do appreciate you so much ♥️ my son never stays still but as soon as I put your videos he is so calm
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Sofie 🦓☂️ Jun 23
I was diagnosed with EDS recently. I'm also autistic and have ADHD. I'm hoping to meet other neurodiverse people to follow!
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