Accepting and navigating your ADHD go hand in hand, here’s a note to inspire you to keep being you!
Newly diagnosed or not, it’s important to remember the facts of ADHD, especially when you start to feel self-doubt. ADHD is a real, read on to learn more about ADHD.
You have the ADHD diagnosis, it makes sense but how do you unravel the complexities of accepting your ADHD diagnosis?
This week, I recap some of the articles, blogs, and podcasts around ADHD Awareness Month. Everything from how to use Evernote with ADHD, Shame & ADHD, FoMO & ADHD, why undiagnosed ADHD is so bad, and additional resources to find out more about ADHD. Knowing is better and awareness is the first step towards change!
Knowing that you have ADHD gives you the opportunity to understand how your brain is wired. And knowing you have ADHD gives you the opportunity to manage it. When you don’t know you have ADHD, you are at a much higher risk for self-medicating, suicidal tendencies, eating disorders, depression, anxiety, the list goes. This month is dedicated to ADHD Awareness, but these risks are dangerous at any time when undiagnosed. This week, I share some resources to shed more light on the impact of ADHD.