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29 Famous People Show How ADHD Does Not Have to Limit Success

By Mary Fetzer Clinically reviewed by Dr. Gayle Jensen-Savoie In the United States, approximately 60% of children with ADHD become …

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CHADD’s National ADHD Conference

The national ADHD advocacy group Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, or CHADD, sponsors an annual international conference on ADHD. …

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Refocused Podcast Highlights: Emotional Dysregulation

By Todd Murphy Tyler Dorsey and Katelyn Mabry both have ADHD. And for both of them, having ADHD was — …

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Finding People Who Get It: How to Find Local Support Networks & Why It Matters

By Michelle Seitzer Clinically reviewed by Dr. Gayle Jensen-Savoie When I was a new mom to my daughter who has …

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What I’ve Learned as the Spouse of Someone with ADHD

By Michelle Seitzer   “You’ll never be bored,” my mother-in-law said to me on the dance floor at our wedding …

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Thinking finances as you enter the adult world with ADHD

By Dronile Hiraldo   Renting one’s first apartment, paying for gas and electricity bills, and buying one’s own groceries is …

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Why Transitions are Hard When You Have ADHD

By Cathy Cassata Life transitions are hard for many people. Going to a new school, moving out of your parents’ …

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Why Outgrowing ADHD Isn’t Always the Case

ADHD is often thought of as a condition that children eventually outgrow. However, many kids may continue to show ADHD …

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5 Things People with ADHD Would Like You to Know

  By Brian Wu, MD, PhD ADHD is a condition that unfortunately has brought with it a lot of misconceptions …

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