The Ultimate ADHD Meme Collection!
The Top ADHD Memes From TotallyADD
Best ADHD Memes
TotallyADD founder, comedian Rick Green writes down what’s in his ADHD mind. The result is a hilarious collection of memes that everyone will love. Laughter really is the best medicine!
My better half: “What are you thinking?”
I do like the term ‘Butterfly Mind.’ Some people watch a TV show or stage production that I’ve worked on and ask, “Where do you get your ideas?” And I cannot explain. Someone asked, “How can you think up that stuff?” And I felt like saying, “How can you not.” Sometimes a strength… sometimes a curse. As we say in many of our videos, “ADHD is situational.”
The good old days? Even with my spotty memory and tendency to forget the bad stuff, I can’t say I wish I was young again. Having my whole life ahead of me? Well, I suppose you could argue I still do. It’s just a smaller amount. Two things help me maximize whatever I have left: Taking better care of myself. And being really impatient and focusing on what matters. But with ADHD that’s a constant challenge. Daily. Sometimes, hourly! Ha!
And I desperately need a can opener. So I end up being the cork that’s screwed.
People will believe what they want to believe. Facts are no longer relevant to a frighteningly large percentage of people. My advice, focus on dealing with your ADHD.
Does this happen to you? One strategies works for a while, Then it stops working? I find I start using a new strategy which is awesome and really works well and I think, “Okay, finally, I found the right one!” And a month later… It’s like aversion therapy in reverse. Something great gradually becomes good, then merely okay, and then irrelevant. Novelty. My brain wants novelty. So, I’ve decided not to ask ‘What’s wrong with me?” when something stops working and simply see it as something that is no longer workable. And moving on to something else, even something that used to work and then stopped working, is just fine.
The curse of knowing a little bit about a thousand things… and then believing other people are just as interested as I am.
It’s never one thing. Because one thing quickly triggers second, a third, a fourth….
This isn’t a matter of ‘belief’ or ‘opinion.’ It’s a neurodevelopmental issue and until it’s diagnosed and dealt with it can ruin your career, your relationships, your finances, and your self-esteem.
It’s all in my head. And on my face. And in everything I do! I’m not fooling anyone!
The long and winding road… more ups and downs than an elevator.
The best memes on the Internet as chosen by… us!
A collection of some of our favorite memes ever from all over the interweb. Funny, inspiring, some about Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, some have nothing to do with ADHD. We just love them, and we’ve collected them here because we think you’ll enjoy them as well.
Inspirational Memes about ADHD
Feeling like you need a little inspiration? Whether you have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or not, we can all use a good, inspirational quote now and then!
This summer a good friend finally pushed past years of fear, denial, and dread… and got diagnosed. Knowing changes everything. Suddenly you have an explanation that makes sense. And you can deal with it. What’s the Treatment Plan for, “I’m lazy and weak and unreliable,” except maybe, “Try Harder.”
Was it like this for you? Okay, the diagnosis didn’t explain EVERYTHING. But so much of what I did well or did poorly made sense. It was a logical consequence of having this ‘butterfly mind’ that was always playing, jumping, coming up with odd connections, and struggling with regular routine tasks.
Now you tell me?! The one universal lament among adults is, “If only I had known sooner… What might my life have been like?”
Funny Animal Memes
Some say dogs have ADHD. But cat lovers know it’s felines that have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.
Holiday Memes and ADHD
ADHD Holiday Memes
Need some help getting through the holidays? St. Patrick’s Day, Christmas, Thanksgiving, Easter, Halloween… here are funny memes to help you see the lighter side of the holidays, and maybe even share with friends and family.