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“From Black-and-White to Technicolor: My Clarifying ADHD Diagnosis”

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ADHD. A decade later, a friend blurted out, “I think you have ADHD!” Still, I dismissed it.It wasn’t until a few years later, in the throes of menopause, that I really started to struggle.

I was certain that I had early-onset dementia. I met with a psychologist. When she diagnosed me with ADHD, I asked her if she needed to interview my husband to get more insight about my behaviors.

She laughed and said, “No, it’s definitely ADHD!”[Take This Test: Do I Have ADHD? Symptoms in Adults]I felt relief. I felt like Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz when the screen shifts from black-and-white to technicolor.

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