dropped out of high school during my junior year. I had good grades but wouldn’t graduate on time because I had missed too many PE classes because of my after-school job.
I became a teen mom. I always felt that I was destined to do big things, but I also struggled. By my early 20s, I suspected that I had ADHD but chose not to seek a formal diagnosis because I was worried about the stigma.Over the years, I had started several businesses.
Despite the fact that they were financially successful and I knew that I was smart, I was frustrated because I couldn’t seem to get the basic stuff right.Read more on additudemag.com