If there’s one generalization you can make about ADHD, it’s that you can’t make generalizations about ADHD.
People living with untreated ADHD have a tendency to self-medicate. When ADHDers self-medicate, their drug of choice can range from mostly benign (like coffee) to unhealthy but legal (like cigarettes)…
Like everyone, those of us with ADHD have our strengths and weaknesses. And spending money tends to be one of our strengths. We’re good at that.
Wait, what? I thought people with ADHD were supposed to be good at multitasking!
Move over, Big Pharma. There’s a new game in town: Big Fidget Spinner.
What’s the easiest way to guess someone’s ability to delay gratification? Look at their teeth!
One of the classic tips for people with ADHD is to delegate. Countless self-help books, blogs and ADDitude articles advise ADHDers to free up time by delegating projects to others.
Stress. Stress. Doesn’t just hearing that word too many times in a row make your heart beat a little faster?
People with ADHD often seem to be in a rush – you know, that whole hyperactivity business. Unfortunately, just because we’re impatient doesn’t mean we actually get things done faster.