A Hollywood Writer on Life with ADHD

Frank South, who wrestled with attention deficit disorder since childhood, spills everything he’s learned about himself, the unaccepting world, and his ADHD brethren.

ADHD Never Goes Away

The difference between being occasionally distracted and living with ADHD is pretty dang profound. ADHD doesn’t go away. We can’t shake out the cobwebs and clear our heads. The cobwebs and scattered processing are so constant, they’re boring. We’re always waiting for the right word. We’re almost always wrong about so many everyday things that we stop noticing, except for a sly, judge part of us that keeps tabs and can’t believe how lame we are.

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