The truth about being an adult with ADHD
ADHD is more than not being able to pay attention -- it's a very real disorder that influences the struggles of nearly 5% of U.S. adults between the ages of 18 and 44.
Several people took to Whisper, the popular app that provides an anonymous platform for people to share their most honest thoughts, to explain what it's really like to be an adult living with ADHD.
There's more to ADHD than meets the eye:
Not taking ADHD seriously might impact how comfortable people are with sharing their struggles:
It's good to know that there are ways to live happily with the disorder:
Being medicated for ADHD might change how you see yourself without your medicine:
Having ADHD might make you feel like you have something to hide:
It's always healthy to find reliable outlets for your ADHD vices:
New beginnings aren't always a bad thing:
People want their actions to define them, not their medical histories:
You never know what people who you think are "weird" are really dealing with:
It's much better to look positively towards the future rather than dwelling negatively on the past:
It's never too late to start the rest of your life:
For more adult ADHD truths check out Whisper.
To find out more about living with ADHD, watch the video below:
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