My Story

Voice of Adult ADHD

I am currently 31. I was diagnosed when I was probably 10 or 11. My mom didn’t realize there was a problem. I was her first son and she chalked it up to boys will be boys. Although, in middle school it was harder to ignore the problem. It wasn’t that I wasn’t smart it was that I was too smart! I’d finish work or tests and afterwards be very bored and unable to sit still or not talk. I’d fidget and get very uneasy . Other times, I’d have way to many ideas and felt the i to express my self (maybe at the wrong times.) Also at the time my grand mother was sick (lung cancer) and I spent 5 days a week with her in a retirement community. I was a little overwhelmed. At the behest of my teachers, I was taken to a psychiatrist and eventually…

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