ADHD, and I don’t feel I’m not-as-I-should-be. However, I definitely feel different from people who don’t have ADHD. This neurological difference affects every aspect of life, and while it brings positives and negatives, ADHD isn’t good or bad in itself.
Over the years, I have learned my strengths and weaknesses, and I have adopted ways of life that favor my strengths.A better life with ADHD begins with changing our own perceptions.
Rather than see ourselves as flawed, we must embrace our uniqueness – advantages and disadvantages alike.[Click to Read: How to Repair Self-Esteem After an ADHD Diagnosis]People with ADHD are creative.Read more on additudemag.com