A few months ago, I officially received a new diagnosis of ADHD. Throughout the time of me embracing my new disability, I have learned many lessons along the way. 1.
It’s OK to admit you’re having a bad day. Before being diagnosed with ADHD I always had a fear of saying that I had a bad day.
But now that I’ve started to attend therapy, I learned that it’s OK to admit it. 2. People will not define you by your diagnosis. When I was first diagnosed with ADHD a few months ago, I was terrified to come out to my friends and family and say, “I have ADHD.” Surprisingly after I did tell them, they were very supportive and they reminded me that a diagnosis does not define who you are. 3.Read more on themighty.com