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She was diagnosed with ADHD in her 40s, and now so much about her past makes sense

When Mayna McVey began feeling heart palpitations in 2020, she thought the cause was drinking too much tea. “I didn’t …

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How to Navigate a Relationship with ADHD

  By Cathy Cassata and Brian Wu, MD, PhD Relationships take work — that’s no mystery. However, if you or …

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The Top Online Resources Every Person with ADHD Needs: 6 Websites to Bookmark Now

It takes a lot to persevere in the face of daily challenges — especially when many of those challenges are …

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Understanding Hyperfocus and How to Make It Work For You

By Sarah Ludwig Rausch Whenever I do online research, whether it’s for personal or work purposes, I lose track of …

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Replace Your Meds With Coffee? What You Need to Know About Caffeine and Adult ADHD

Every ADHD diagnosis is personal and how you manage your symptoms may differ from how others handle theirs. Many adults …

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How To Make Love Work When You Have ADHD

Even the healthiest relationships have their challenges. But when one of you has ADHD, such challenges can seem insurmountable. We …

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Time Blindness and ADHD

By Sarah Ludwig Rausch About two years ago, I essentially banned myself from Facebook because I totally lose track of …

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He Said, She Said: How ADHD Impacts My Marriage

When you have ADHD, you know how crazy-making it is sometimes not being able to get away from yourself? Between …

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So That’s Why I Found My Phone in the Fridge Again!

By Sarah Ludwig Rausch Pretty much everyone has heard of ADD, or as we now call it, ADHD. (That stands …

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