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Trina Haynes and the Cycle of Overcommitting

Until her diagnosis, Trina Haynes didn’t think that women could have ADHD. Since her diagnosis, she’s founded My Lady ADHD, …

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Kyrus Kennan Wescott and Going Deeper than Squirrel

“I wish more people would understand that it’s a lot deeper than squirrel.” This is how Kyrus Kennan Wescott, mental …

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Madison and the Big Scary Black Hole Desk

When a student excels in her studies, is sociable, and well-behaved in class, we typically determine that child doesn’t need …

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Al Chaplin And Accepting The Good With The Bad

Al Chaplin knew they had depression and anxiety. But they also knew there had to be something else. Today, they …

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Peter Kiley and Embracing Your Bag of Sh*t

Today, Peter Kiley is an award-winning brewmaster at Monday Night Brewing in Atlanta where he puts his creative mind and …

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Allie Rivera and the Emotion of Laundry

Allie Rivera found her turning point in a load of laundry. After spending a Saturday afternoon stuck in ADHD paralysis …

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Steve Revland and Writing it Down

Write everything down to remember the things that bring value, construction, and achievements so the walls that you so wildly …

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Diyah Najah and Explanations, not Excuses

If not for the stigma around mental health, Diyah Najah could have gotten her ADHD diagnosis so much sooner than age 42. …

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Farah Jamil and Healthy Boundaries

Farah Jamil had to work hard for her diagnosis. That struggle was one of the motivators behind her decision to become an …

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