I was recently clinically/professionally diagnosed with ADHD. The signs of ADHD are inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity.
I like to tease but not in a mean way. I’m bold, cheeky, and a bit feisty.
I can come off as confident and sometimes disrespectful which I definitely don’t mean to be! I tend to blurt out inappropriate things sometimes but most people think I’m funny and authentic, I think.
Some of my symptoms:
– Hyper focus but also having hyper low points.
– Interrupting conversations.
– Acting without thinking.
– Struggle with retaining information.
– Poor time management.
– Easily distracted.
– Trouble coping with stress.
– Disorganization and problems prioritizing.
– Mood swings.
The stigma I feel with ADHD is that everyone with it is just hyper, forgetful, and exhausting to be around. I think we’ve come a long way with more people talking about mental health.
I don’t think that you have to be diagnosed with ADHD like me in order to relate to feeling some of the same emotions that I have. Being diagnosed with an ADHD is complex.
I appreciate having a place to express some of the ways that I work through some of my symptoms.
I’m learning to be sassy without being offensive. I’m a work in process but aren’t we all?
My favorite color is orange and my favorite mantra right now is “I don’t know”.
I appreciate having a place to express some of the ways that I work through some of my symptoms. I look forward to sharing some of my stories with you and hope you will follow along!
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