Adult ADHD Symptoms

The symptoms are ADHD as an adult can be confusing to experience, and difficult to identify. No one wants to look at themselves as having a deficiency, especially when you know that you are capable of so much. We dive into adult ADHD symptoms, what they look like, how they might be experienced, and how they might display differently for someone who is neurotypical.

Stimming and Fidgeting As An Adult With ADHD

We all experience our ADHD in a different way, but one thing that many adults with ADHD experience is some form of self-stimulation, also known as stimming. Stimming occurs not just in adults, but in children with ADHD as well. In a child these stimming activities are often times interruptive and inappropriate in the moment, …

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Executive Functioning Wheel

ADHD Is Neurological Not Intellectual

Something that I like to tell people is that ADHD is a neurological disorder that impacts the ability to learn, executive function, short term memory; and is not an intellectual disorder. In fact, their is still a lot of debate over if any link even exists between ADHD and intelligence. Several studies1 2 have shown …

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ADHD and Video Games (aka Free Dopamine)

The allure of video games can be confusing for some, and that can become even more confusing when you see someone with ADHD who is so completely and utterly enamored in a video game to the point where they appear to be managing their game better then they are managing their own life. I’ve played …

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How Perspective Helps With Adult ADHD and Judgement

For an adult with ADHD, judgement is a major issue in multiple facets of our lives. Many of us can also suffer from some form of rejection sensitivity at one point of our lives or another. Sometimes that rejection sensitivity comes from the fact that we are feeling judged by those around us, those who …

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