“ … I’ve been one poor correspondent
I’ve been too, too hard to find

But that doesn’t mean you ain’t been on my mind … ”
Sister Golden Hair ~ 1975 Gerry Beckley

There is no reason to expect someone with ADHD to respond to your emails. Of course, there’s no reason to think that they won’t, either. Sound conflicting? It gets more so.

No two ADHDers are alike. We all have a pool of symptoms to draw on. We all have some of those symptoms. And while we may share a large number of symptoms with someone else, there is no way that we will share them to the same degree.

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