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🅜🅐🅓🅘 Jul 13
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Margaux Joffe (she/her) Dec 3
The most valuable gift you can give someone with is your love and understanding, but if you want to buy us something here’s my gift guide! Check it out on @yahoolifestyle and would love to hear your picks too 🎁😎
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Lucy Jul 1
Does anyone have any good ideas about how to get around executive disfunction?
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Amy Jun 30
Finally talking to an ADHD specialist *today* for an evaluation (he had a cancellation for telehealth today). PCP Dx a few yrs ago but I haven’t had much success w/treatment. Feeling hopeful again.
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Päivi Butcher • ADHD Advocate Jul 1
Great thread about how it's so hard to get an diagnosis as an adult. (I was diagnosed at 38.)
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Marta Rose (@ 🏠) Dec 13
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Christina Crowe, RP Jun 12
💡Next steps after diagnosis .... ADHD Essentials: 8️⃣ Tips for thriving with your brain
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Päivi Butcher • ADHD Advocate Jul 1
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Kaleidoscope Society | ADHD Women Nov 15
"Having makes life exciting! It makes life a kaleidoscope. It can be chaotic, but beautiful at the same time. It’s beautiful chaos." - Amanda Fischer
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Scattered Potential Mar 24
Tomorrow blog focuses on 10 famous and highly successful individuals who have used their ADHD workarounds as their Super Powers.
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🅜🅐🅓🅘 Jul 24
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ChiariChey Jun 29
Hey what are your creative goals for July? Mine is to just keep writing and to finally get my portfolio up.
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Kaleidoscope Society | ADHD Women Mar 8
Happy International Women’s Day to our ADHDers! Thank you to all the incredible women who have shared their stories on and have helped us smash stigma. If you haven’t met these women, here’s your chance
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Yi Xin Seo Jun 21
RSD explination. It's not just being sensitive. It legitimately hurts. Rejection is a stabbing cold that goes out from the center of my chest. My back seizes up and my ribs feel like they're on fire. I can't breathe or move for hours then I get mad as hell.
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Rachel Black Mar 3
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liz lewis Jul 21
We grow up believing it’s more important to be “good,” than it is to be real.
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HalfshellVenus Jul 1
Only realized 4 years ago that I have some degree of ADHD (my office's drive toward an open, densely-populated engineering lab pushed me over the edge). Just the phrase 'time blindness' was, "Fuuu*k, it has a NAME?" /o\
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Elle Rose 🖤🤍💜 Nov 7
It makes a difference because diagnosis - CORRECT diagnosis - matters.
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Saša Harper Jun 30
Replying to @Physics_mouse
Life with Day 14: can be tough for a number of reasons and can have a knock on effect personally and professionally.
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LAURA Jan 23
Was recently diagnosed ADHD & it put things in perspective. I can totally relate to this.
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