“Not a moment too soon” could the ADHDer’s motto. It’s not uncommon for people with ADHD to find themselves repeatedly putting things off until the last minute.
When you have ADHD, sometimes you have to do things twice because you weren’t paying attention the first time. And if you aren’t paying attention the second time, you can…
In theory, I know how to not have ADHD. The problems start when I move from knowing to doing.
Here’s a somewhat abstract question: if you have ADHD, how much time do you spent thinking about ADHD?
I wouldn’t necessarily say I’m someone who likes cooking. I do enjoy eating, though, and if you have one, it’s good to have the other.
We take it for granted that balance is a good thing. Who doesn’t want a balanced life, a balanced diet, and so on?
According to one estimate, about 7.5 percent of the population has ADHD. That’s a lot. So where are all these people?
Did you know that Thomas Jefferson invented the swivel chair? Rumor has it he sat in one while drafting the Declaration of Independence.
Do you ever get ads trying to sell you such-and-such natural supplement that will treat ADHD? You can thank targeted advertising for that.