Five Lies About ADHD

What’s the biggest lie about ADHD 😵 ?For me, the biggest lie about ADHD is the one that made me terribly sad after my diagnosis 😔...I truly thought my ADHD diagnosis was the confirmation that I would never succeed at anything 😰I was so used to fail and quit things that I thought I had to get used to it 😕But then I joined ADHD communities, and I learned about the true nature of our brains 🧠I understood that the reason why I was failing and quitting was that I worked against my brain, not with it 🥊 !Yes, ADHD means that we face many challenges 😧But I see in this community that people with ADHD have so much to offer to this world 😌💕I can’t believe that we are 200K now 😱 !!Thank you from the bottom of my heart for your support 🙏🥺💕 !

Table of Contents

"People with ADHD can't focus"

"People with ADHD need to try harder"

"Kids outgrow ADHD"

"ADHD is Obvious"

"People with ADHD are never successful"

Table of Contents

Disclaimer: This article is for educational purposes only. If you are experiencing symptoms of ADHD, it’s best to see a professional for a diagnosis.

Assess yourself with 25 ADHD symptoms

Buy Now

The Mini ADHD Coach

I created The Mini ADHD Coach in august 2020 when I was just diagnosed with ADHD at 29. After years of questioning, therapy, burnouts and chaotic career path changes I finally understood why I was struggling with so many things. So I decided to share what I learned to raise awareness around ADHD and help the ADHD community thrive.

ADHD & Support

Read More

ADHD & Talking Fast

Read More

ADHD & Getting Out of Bed

Morning struggles for people with ADHD include getting out of bed. What are the reasons behind it and how long does it take us to get up and battle sleepiness?

Read More

ADHD & Stimming

Do you stim 👀 ?Like many, for a long time, I thought only autistic people were stimming 🤔But since my ADHD diagnosis, I’ve learned that it’s also common for people with ADHD to stim 😊 !Everyone can stim! For example, it's pretty common to click your pen when you are taking an exam 😬🖊But for neurodiverse people, stimming can be more intense and frequent 😌I originally posted this in December, but as I get many questions about this topic, I thought it would be nice to post it again 💕

Read More

Visualize your
ADHD traits!