Here it is, the end of October and the end of ADHD Awareness Month where we have focused on how knowing is better!
What we know for sure is:
ADHD is not about just trying harder.
ADHD doesn’t mean you can’t do something.
ADHD is not a "made-up" condition.
ADHD is medical disorder.
ADHD is not an excuse, but it is an explanation of certain behaviors.
ADHD symptoms can be greatly reduced with treatment.
ADHD does not have to stop anyone from achieving their dreams.
In the last month, Take Control ADHD has discussed the danger of undiagnosed ADHD, where to go in case you think you might have ADHD, "imposter syndrome," and many other topics. Below you will find a recap of everything I shared, plus two articles I had the privilege to be a part of.
Pyschcentral.com - Reducing One of the Most Painful Symptoms of ADHD
Taking Control: The ADHD Blog
- Introduction to ADHD Awareness Month
- Comparing Yourself to Others is Toxic
- Going Undiagnosed: “Do I have ADHD?”
Taking Control: The ADHD Podcast
It has been an honor to bring this awareness to you and I hope you continue to learn, share, and keep spreading the word about what ADHD is and what it isn’t!
Until Next Time,