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“ADHD Lessons from Ultrarunning: Accept Help and Support Your Needs”

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For more than 10 years, I ran trail ultramarathons of 35 to 100 miles. I was decent at it, and I loved running those distances.

But I’ll tell it straight: Long runs are hard, even if you’re trained for them.Distance runners anticipate difficulties and know to support themselves in any way possible to get to the finish line.

It’s a given – they don’t think twice about it and don’t get hung up on it, either.In our daily lives, especially as folks with ADHD, we fall into the trap of thinking we don’t need help, or that we’re wimpy if we accept help or create supportive structures for ourselves.

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