Living with undiagnosed ADHD, in a loved one or in oneself, can feel like being lost in the fog—often on a roller coaster. In fact, after the term roller coaster, the word that people most
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This category features a wide range of first-person stories about living with Adult ADHD—in oneself or a loved one.
In this post, we share our own results from genetic testing for ADHD medications. We hope this helps make the information a little more concrete, less abstract. My husband, Dr. Goat, and I share many
A woman I’d met at a conference wrote to me: “I was addicted to meth for 5 years until I was diagnosed with ADHD.” You would never take Katherine for a drug abuser. A realtor
I’ve seen them: Yellowed school report cards that might as well be ADHD report cards — if teachers and parents had known how to “translate”. In this post, I’ll share the report cards from one