Adults with attention deficit disorder (ADD ADHD) could sometimes use a little help making and keeping friends.
Managing the stress of life with ADHD -- helping a child study for a test, organizing a week's worth of meals, making sure medication is taken -- often take precedence over a social life. Plus it's a lot of work to make certain you don't accidentally say or do something offensive, forget to send a thank you card, or lose concentration during a conversation.
But friends are important. And every ADD adult could use a sympathetic ear or a reassuring smile from time to time.
So don't throw in the towel! Socializing may never be second nature to you, but you can learn ways to more easily keep and rekindle lost friendships:
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