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“My Call of the Void: What Intrusive Thoughts Taught Me About ADHD”

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On an episode of an ADHD-related podcast I recently heard, the guest shared a familiar backstory — one of lifelong frustration and sweet relief after receiving an ADHD diagnosis in adulthood.

Diagnosed with ADHD in my early 30s, I knew this story all too well.Then, almost nonchalantly, the guest recalled a time when he had an intrusive thought about spitting in a friend’s face.

He recalled how bothered he was by this thought that appeared from nowhere, and how hard it was to tame.My god. His anecdote transported me back to the time I had to stop myself from doing the exact same thing.

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