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A Spooky Explanation of ADHD Symptoms

Today is October 31, which makes it Halloween and the last day of ADHD awareness month! So what better day to talk about the ghoulish, unsettling and downright scary effects ADHD symptoms can have in everyday life?

Here are some Halloween-themed examples…

Spider

Tombstones
R.I.P.

Candy

Zombie

Grim Reaper

Witch

 

Ghost

Skeleton

Happy Halloween! And don’t forget to make sure you crossed everything off your to-do list.

Image sources: Spider, tombstones, candy, zombie, reaper, witch, ghost, skeleton

A Spooky Explanation of ADHD Symptoms


Neil Petersen

Neil Petersen writes regularly on education, learning disabilities and technology. He received his B.A. in 2014 and was diagnosed with ADHD at the beginning of his college studies. Neil also works for a music education non-profit and hopes to help create an education system that can better serve students with ADHD.


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Petersen, N. (2019). A Spooky Explanation of ADHD Symptoms. Psych Central. Retrieved on December 11, 2019, from https://blogs.psychcentral.com/adhd-millennial/2019/10/a-spooky-explanation-of-adhd-symptoms/

 

Last updated: 31 Oct 2019
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