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When you are diagnosed with ADHD for the first time in adulthood, there is a lot of history to work […]
Today, I would like to talk a bit about depression and its relationship to ADHD. But rather than a cold clinical description, I want to talk about the experience of what we typically call depression.
If you’re like most ADHD adults, procrastination is a constant challenge for you. You’re often rationalizing reasons not to start on something. You often leave things to the last minute.
In my twenties, I used to get “upset about being upset” regularly. My attention issues would get in the way of my intentions and instead of facing them head-on, I would send myself into a state of frustration fueled by feelings of guilt.