The Heart and Soul of ADHD

After spending years as a classroom teacher, helping parents whose children were struggling with “Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder,” I began to suspect that I, too, struggle with some of the same challenges as those bouncy, irrepressible little boys. Diagnosed in my 50s, I’ve been learning to appreciate the gifts of my ADHD wiring, to ask for help when I need it, and to let go of the idea that I need to fix what’s wrong with me. Who in your life may be struggling with ADHD, and what can you do to help affirm their/your inherent worth and dignity?

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One Response to “The Heart and Soul of ADHD

  1. Nice job on this topic, Lyn! Thank you for your work. I found comfort and joy this hour.

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