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Foxing Around🦊🏳️‍🌈 Sep 18
Why do people think you're trying to be "cute" when you tell them these things?
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Dani Donovan Sep 15
My internal ‘prioritizing’ filter lets too much stuff through. And when everything seems equally important... nothing is. 🤹🏻‍♀️
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Dusty Exner Sep 19
Things that happen when you have : you forget about things you enjoy doing for years at a time like listen to music, reading, etc and then can't focus long enough to enjoy them anymore.
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René Brooks | Black Girl, Lost Keys Sep 19
Once more, sans identifying info: I put my mail in the sink. I do not remember putting it there. This pretty ridiculous, even by my standards. But here we are, and it is hilarious. If you ever feel alone, just remember this picture.
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Elle Rose 🏳️‍🌈 💛 Sep 20
Growing up, we didn't know I had . I was a good student and always early, good at reading and graduating with honors. In college, I went through the most traumatic period of my life - then all my ADHD symptoms became pronounced. My theory is that trauma worsens ADHD.
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Steve Asbell Sep 16
When it comes to procrastinating, people often tell you to ‘eat the frog’ and do the hardest thing first. It doesn’t work that way with executive dysfunction. Start on the small tasks and keep going. Once you’re up and moving, thinking becomes easier.
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René Brooks | Black Girl, Lost Keys Sep 16
ADHD comes with many other conditions like depression, and anxiety, but did you know there is an eye condition that is ADHD related? Here's the ADHD related eye condition you have NOT heard of.
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René Brooks | Black Girl, Lost Keys 15h
Before I got diagnosed, I thought I was just lacking something vital that the rest of the world had. When I learned what ADHD was, I understood that my “character flaws” were just symptoms.
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dooppy Ⓥ Sep 16
Executive dysfunction explained. (just replace the salmon with avocado)
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René Brooks | Black Girl, Lost Keys Sep 18
In our quest to keep ourselves mentally well, sometimes we aren’t left with enough energy to cook. Here’s what you can eat when that happens.
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René Brooks | Black Girl, Lost Keys 23h
Hey , how did you find out you have ? Here’s mine!
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Professor Susan Young Sep 18
21% of young people with also have autism and when this is comorbid it is more severe than in those without ADHD. This comorbidity is so often missed, young people are suffering when with accurate diagnosis they could be helped
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Elsevier Psychiatry Sep 17
Call for Review Papers on Children and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder for a special series publishing throughout 2020 in the Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Learn more:
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Danny Sep 20
feels like a contradiction. We have severe difficulty focusing on some (boring) things but can also obsessively focus on some (interesting) things. This apparent dichotomy stems from the same issue: we have difficulty controlling our attention.
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Sam Dylan Finch 🍓 Sep 17
Alrighty, squad... How do you keep your email inbox from being a total nightmare, particularly when your job involves receiving like... a LOT of emails? I keep losing track of everything. 😳 Give me your tips, strategies, apps, whatever!
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Danny Sep 21
I'm honestly surprised that I have any friends left seeing how often I forget their existence and forget to contact them for ages. Its like I am a child with no object permanence. Out of sight, out of mind. Thanks .
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Claire R Sep 20
When ppl change the way they act with you & don’t tell you why... It’s like slow torture. It hurts. It harms. It doesn’t just go away. Rejection sensitivity is very real in Just tell us what we did wrong & let us try to fix it. Image via:
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High Street Team Sep 14
X's lil sis found out he was raising money for , and very sweetly asked how she could do the same. She also struggles in school (she has , and is diagnosed ) but she is all things amazing and works her tail off to overcome challenges. (1/3)
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Paula McGowan Sep 17
This has shown up on Facebook today. How disgusting and ignorant
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René Brooks | Black Girl, Lost Keys Sep 14
Were you diagnosed as an adult? Are you wondering if being diagnosed as an adult will change anything? Here’s how a late diagnosis changed everything for me:
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