ADHD & Breakups

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some normal life challenges, like a breakup can be particularly hard on people with ADHD
because we tend to struggle with emotional dysregulation, our emotions uring a breakup can be very hard to deal with
and because ADHD symptoms can strain relationships, people with ADHD are also more prone to go through more breakups in their life
ADHD can come with other mental health conditions that can make dealing with a breakup even more complicated
many people with ADHD have low self-esteem. going through a breakup when you have such a pessimistic vision of yourself can feel unbearable
if you are struggling to go through a breakup, remember that breakups are hard. it's ok to need time to heal.
it's ok to ask for help. a breakup is a valid reason to seek professional mental help.

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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.

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