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Priscilla Eyles Jul 1
Worst PMS during periods ever, don't know if interactions with or my implant effects things but I truly wish it would go away. Feel depressed and anxious. if you have any thoughts/solutions Tweet me. Thank you.😪😢
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#EndMedStigma Dec 29
Contrary to popular belief, ADHD is considered an UNDERdiagnosed condition. Even more so in women.
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lucy hobbs 8 Jun 18
The latest to be open about having . Great to have a female warrior on board!! There’s such a lack of female ADHD role models! 👊👊⚡️😊🤸🏿‍♀️
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kat Dec 4
anyway on the topic of it hurts my heart looking back in highschool w the struggle i had of barely being even able to write a sentence, sitting on my desk having a panic attack and automatically being diagnosed as “just anxiety”
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Myheadisashed Jan 30
So back to square one with getting an ADHD assessment. The lady at the referral team said, if you had ADHD it would have been picked up at school. Nooooooo
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anthonymccann Jun 6
One of biggest causes of anxiety in women I coach is not feeling seen, heard, or respected by others. Too many knockbacks and you learn not to trust yourself, and get swamped in stories that undermine intuition. Make space to come home to yourself
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me_and_adhd Jun 10
Hello to all my new followers! What has been the one thing you have done or changed that has had the biggest positive impact on managing your ADHD?
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ADHD Action 15 Jun 18
UK Women for a glossy magazine wanted! Have you been misdiagnosed in the past be willing to chat on the phone to Women's Health magazine over the weekend or Monday? Please email michelle.beckett@adhdaction.org ASAP if interested and I'll pass on the details
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adhdLondon Jan 23
Sorry if TMI, but the worsening of symptoms during periods makes symptoms so much worse for many . Extreme tiredness, combined with hormones levels interfering with medication, do not make for a good time. Wish there was more research into this. 😠
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louise clough Jul 16
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That Squirrel and Me 19 Mar 18
otherwise having to justify them would rub me completely the wrong way 🙄. Seriously “society”, do you want me to function “normally” or not?! Leave us the space that these things provide us with!
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Alana Miss Kitty🐾🎀 Feb 27
The mind can be way too much at times; it can be a struggle to understand others when you’re trying to understand yourself; just a little vent drawing
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Kari74 Aug 16
I think that drs should adjust ADHD med strengths/types throughout the month, like birth control, because our hormones seem to play such a big role in how effective or meds are in controlling our symptoms.
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ADHD Action 28 May 18
Michelle is a guest editor on , Tues 29th May, 1pm. She’ll be asking ‘When will we stop failing women with ’? A great opportunity to dispel lots of myths and spread the message for on a big platform! Please share
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LM Nov 11
The past 4 days have definitely pushed me past my comfort zone and reminded me of how much privilege I have and don't have. I am very high functioning, I have achieved neurotypical levels of success, an employer who paid for , the awareness to know
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ADHD Woman Jun 5
ADHD shame is far more disabling than ADHD itself; I have lived through and beyond ADHD shame and transformed my ADHD into my greatest asset. It’s time to reject ADHD shame and get our ADHD Pride on!!
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The ecoLogical Jan 18
I'm looking to write more content on and this year. What specifically would you benefit from reading about?
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Myheadisashed Jan 17
Calling all women with ADHD - I know I am part of your tribe, I just need to convince the professionals - aggghhh
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Adulting With ADHD Mar 16
When life gives you lemons ... you grab a baked good and take it 1 day at a time. Back at work post-bereavement leave and playing catch-up. There's a penciled-in plan to resume the podcast in April/May, but we'll see.
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Delvene Pitt Apr 18
ADHD in women is often under diagnosed because we are not jumping around. We tend to daydream 💭 in our own worlds so it’s often overlooked. Most grow into women failing without realising because of that most get diagnosed into our 20s 30s 40s+
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