ADHD & Unfinished Projects

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it's very common for people with ADHD to struggle to finish something when they start it
because our brain is craving chemicals like dopamine, it's particularly attracted by new things
starting something new and exciting can make us feel highly enthusiastic
but when the task become boring, or difficulties arise...
and when we need to focus on the last details of a project
we often struggle to find back our motivation
it's ok to jump from ne project to another. that way we gain experience in many things

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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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