So you’ve got an ADHD diagnosis as an adult and suddenly your whole life makes sense. You now have an explanation for all those times you forgot to do something that was SO important, or couldn’t begin to work on something that you wanted to get done, or the chaos of projects you’ve started, but never finished.
There’s the half-knitted sweater. That book you started writing but never quite got past the first chapter. The half a dozen books you’ve started reading. The feeling of dread because your 2020 taxes aren’t done…and it’s 2022.
I get it! ADHD comes with a lot of down sides.
But there’s a lot to appreciate too.
So, here are three things to be super grateful for if you’re a woman with ADHD!
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I'm Judith Pinto, Occupational Therapist (Alberta, Canada) and Educator. I specialize in supporting neurodiverse children and adults to function at their best through integrative mental health consultations, psychotherapy & education.
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