ADHD because he had it too — or so he told me.During our stay, I heard him totally blow several meetings with prospective fashion clients, telling them to “calm down” and then casually using ADHD as his excuse.
It blew my mind; people were refusing to work with him not because of his ADHD, but because he was talking like a jerk. I panicked that my suspected ADHD made me appear the same way all my life.Upon return to the UK, I got a proper diagnosis.
It was an emotional process that I came to terms with over many months. Finally, there was a reason explaining why — no matter how hard I worked and tried — I could not solve all of these little issues that popped up again and again.Read more on additudemag.com