In my first ever ADHD Millennial post, I mentioned two emotions that were sure to be a running thread underneath this blog: doubt and hope.
Adults with ADHD often have to cope with ADHD while also not even knowing that they have ADHD.
In my last post, I wrote about a teenager in Michigan who was sent to a juvenile detention facility after being found "guilty on failure to submit to any schoolwork and getting up for school" – which is to say, she was incarcerated for oversleeping and not doing her homework.
As I write this, there is a 15-year-old girl with ADHD who has been sitting in a juvenile detention facility since May because she did not do her homework.
After writing plenty of blog posts in March and April on the theme of having ADHD during lockdown, you might notice that I’ve dialed it back on the coronavirus-themed posts lately.
Treating ADHD might mean you don’t get burned – literally.