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The 25 Most Influential Reads from ADDitude’s First 25 Years

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by William Dodson, M.D., LF-APA“Most people, clinicians included, have only a vague understanding of what ADHD means. They assume it equates to hyperactivity and poor focus, mostly in children.

But when we step back and ask, What does everyone with ADHD have in common, that people without ADHD don’t experience? a different set of symptoms take shape.

From this perspective, three defining features of ADHD emerge: an interest-based nervous system, emotional hyperarousal, and rejection sensitivity.”by Sharon Saline, Psy.D.“People with inattentive ADHD are not lazy, stupid, unwilling, or oppositional.

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