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“After the Diagnosis: The 5 Phases of ADHD ‘Realization’”

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Therapy is difficult. That may be the most important lesson I have learned in my time as a professional mental health counselor.I see the stress and anxiety marked so clearly on the face of every new client I meet as they tell me what’s making life so difficult.

I want them to believe that everything is going to work out and that we will find an answer. But my assurances are only minimally helpful; they need time to discover these truths for themselves.The path of discovery and recovery is especially hard for those who have been suffering with undiagnosed ADHD — those adults who learn at a later age that ADHD is what has been agitating them for so long.These individuals often come to therapy, summoning as much hope as they can muster, in an.

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