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Live Webinar on May 13: “I Thought I’d Be More Productive!” Why Women with ADHD Are Struggling to Stay at Home

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Not available May 13? Don’t worry. Register now and we’ll send you the replay link to watch at your convenience.It seems societal norms — and too many ambitious Facebook friends — expect us to “catch up” on all those lingering household projects, plus take up bread baking and gardening and sewing, during this quarantine.

After two months, that has not happened — and many of us feel ashamed that we’re “missing an opportunity” because we can’t balance all of life’s new daily responsibilities, plus the stress of this slow-motion trauma. “Good enough” should be good enough right now, but it sure doesn’t feel that way.You might notice more difficulty managing ADHD symptoms lately.

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