Explaining ADHD


22 thoughts on “Explaining ADHD

  1. TradeRoutz livingStyle says:

    My Son has ADHD. This info is really insightful, thanks for sharing it. He struggles, and like me (although I don’t have ADHD, rather Bipolar and Borderline), it’s an ‘invisible’ illness, and people think that we are ‘full of shit’….yeah right!

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  2. cubenerd831 says:

    I don’t have ADHD, I use to take the pills for fun when I was in high school. My good friend has ADHD, so she would give me her pills once in awhile. but I stopped because I was too focused, tired, bouncy legs, dilated eyes. Constantly erasing my work, because it didn’t look neat or perfect. It was a weird high, it wasn’t even a high. But I do have inattention without hyperactivity. I don’t know if it has to do with my AS. But I don’t like labels, it’s to much to try to understand. I just see it as nobody is normal. And we just have to find a way to be patient with all people. 🙂


  3. adultadhdanxiety says:

    Thank you for posting this. I am just now, at 34, learning to deal with my ADHD. I am not doing very well, and have much to learn. I started my blog yesterday – out of desperation.
    I will have to give yours a full run down in order to learn more about how to handle these ongoing anxiety attacks.

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