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ADHD can impact all parts of our lives, including the most painful ones
coping with death and loss is hard for everyone but it can bring additional challenges for ADHD brains
emotional dysregulation can make it hard for us to manage strong emotions
and we might need more time than others to process them
our impulsivity can lead us to cope in dangerous ways
we can struggle to stop thinking about our loss because of mental hyperactivity
and we can end up completely blocking our emotions to avoid feeling things so strongly
it's ok to ask for help if you struggle, we all deal with grief differently. There is no "right way" to grieve

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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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