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ADHD (General)

He Said / She Said: Examining the ADHD Life – Relationship Train Wrecks, Part II

In Relationship Train Wrecks, Part I, Jeff and I explored our various estrangements from family, friends, and work colleagues. We talked about our feelings of alienation, strategies for going back in time (or not) to ameliorate past derailments.  Our discussion ended with Zoë ruminating over whether or not to write Christmas cards this year announcing that she's...
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ADHD (General)

He Said / She Said: Examining the ADHD Life – Does ADHD Mean You’re Always Saying, “I’m Sorry”? Part II

Missed PART I? Click HERE.

PART II

On Monday, we ended on a cliff-hanger when Jeff asked how much time is enough time for ADHDers to rectify, or overcome,  certain symptoms that cause them to say, time and time again, “I’m sorry."

11:00am Jeff But much time is enough time to rectify a problem? Maybe that's not really answerable.

We...
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ADHD (General)

He Said / She Said: Examining the ADHD Life – Does ADHD Mean You’re Always Saying, “I’m Sorry”? Part I

If love means never having to say, "I'm sorry," does ADHD mean ALWAYS having to say "I'm sorry"? Jeff and Zoë explore this question in this week's He Said / She said series.

Without apology, we present, Part I:

10:38am  Jeff  Does having ADHD mean that you'll always be saying you are sorry?

I there always something we screw up that...
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