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    Get the Stigma

    Like many things in life, with ADHD/ADD comes some stigma. It’s not always easy to admit that you have ADHD/ADD. For me, it hasn’t always been the easiest thing to do, and I’m sure I’m not the only one who has found it difficult to admit. It took me a long time to do. Some may ask: Well, why did it take you so long? Why were you having a difficult time telling people about your ADHD/ADD? Why do people with ADHD/ADD have a hard time saying it? Well, there are a couple of reasons for this. There are reasons why some ADHDers/ADDers do find it difficult to talk about.…

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    It’s not an excuse

    When explaining our ADHD/ADD to others, it may seem as though we’re just making excuses. Again. I can understand how it may sound like to someone who doesn’t have ADHD/ADD. There have been times, when I have explained my ADHD/ADD to others. And I’ll admit that I do understand how it could sound like I’m just making excuses. If I didn’t have ADHD/ADD and had to listen to it, I probably might think that some of it was just excuses. I would probably be thinking the same thing as others. Nothing more, nothing less. I can totally see it. However, it really isn’t. I know ADHD/ADD isn’t an excuse, and…