My friend told me she thought I may have ADHD. I was offended to start with. Then I found out about the female presentation and realized she was probably right. (Which she was).
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Yes. Homework and study was so hard unless it was a subject I liked, then it was easy.
Losing all my things. School uniforms, I spent a lot of time in lost property. Losing notes for excursions etc.
It took me years to book a doctors appointment, I kept putting it off. I felt I'd lived with it for so long that it didn't matter
I honestly didn't.
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Happy. I could finally stopped hating myself for all the things that were actually adhd traits and not just me being useless.
I look like the female type. Not at all like the stereotypical male type.
Creative. Problem solving. Good at video games.
Yes yes yes. I understand myself so much more I can be more accepting of myself. It's great for my relationships too.
I feel I would have been less depressed and not have so much anxiety.
They all thought it made sense. Explained a lot.
I love myself. I understand myself and I listen to my body and feelings. I feel validation.
I'm on non stimulant medication and its not working.
Read widely. Watch videos and listen to podcasts. If you still think you have it, you probably do so go see a doctor. If you can't afford to then look into tips for improving ADHD.
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