While it may seem like ADHD and trauma are separate concerns, there is an increasing body of research that indicates there are links between ADHD and trauma. In fact, there is actually a significant amount of overlap between the two experiences. As a result, it
There is more conversation than ever about ADHD, especially on social media. This is leading more people to wonder whether they have been missed for an ADHD diagnosis. Many Asian American ADHDers have come to realize that they have ADHD in their adulthood, primarily because
When it comes to the impact of ADHD, it can be easier to identify how your different symptoms affect you at work or at home. It can be much harder to pinpoint how ADHD affects you in your interpersonal relationships too. You might notice that
More than ever, people are talking about ADHD and neurodivergence. Especially on social media platforms like Instagram and TikTok. These conversations are not only increasing awareness around these issues. They are also leading people to wonder whether they themselves have ADHD or are neurodivergent. It
When people think about ADHD, they often think of a young boy who is loud and hyper, who misbehaves in the classroom or falls behind on homework, and who can play video games for hours. But this stereotype is not the full picture of ADHD.
If you’re thinking that you might have ADHD, it’s likely that, at some point, you had an “aha!” moment—a realization you arrived at when finally, your life-long struggles with inconsistent attention and related issues made a little more sense. You might have encountered a situation