I was diagnosed at 48 with ADHD. My "go to" strategies that had worked for me all my life failed me. They were the tools I developed in elementary school were perfected into college. They were ...work harder and stay longer! They worked really well for me for a long time.
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I’ve lived a great part of my life believing that “either/or” thinking was my only option. This thinking was linked […]
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