Thanksgiving is not about perfectly mashed potatoes or a beautifully basted bird. It’s not about baking a picture-perfect pumpkin pie, or even squeezing in a turkey trot before supper.
If we embrace the brief respite that it offers, Thanksgiving is a much-needed pause that encourages us to express gratitude for our families, friends — and ourselves.To that end, we recently asked ADDitude readers to share a moment they felt thankful for a specific trait associated with their ADHD.
Read their responses below. Which ADHD characteristics do you appreciate most? Tell us in the Comments section.“I started my own business from home when my children were small, and I couldn’t afford nursery fees.Read more on additudemag.com