someone may even be yourself or your child.What follows these comments and observations may be denial. Or guilt. Or a wait-it-out period to see if symptoms clear up.
There might be relief and clarity and trepidation, or a bittersweet mix of it all — especially after the diagnosis.This is what parents of children with ADHD told ADDitude in a recent survey about the first signs, inklings, and suspicions that their child might have the condition.
Read their stories below and share your child’s diagnosis story in the comments section.“I asked our son why he didn’t like to wash his hair. ‘It takes too long and it’s boring,’ he told me. ‘Yeah, it is kind of boring,’ I replied.Read more on additudemag.com