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Stephen Anfield is a 30-something professional whose busy life is complicated and immeasurably enhanced by his ADHD symptoms. Anfield writes about the techniques he uses to manage ADHD, while admitting that what works for him might not work for you.

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posted: Wednesday October 26th - 9:00am

Am I Normal for Laughing Off My ADHD Moments?

If you say no, I can totally accept that. As a matter of fact, I’ll probably laugh at it. When I have to deal with challenging or difficult situations, I find that I cope best by laughing at myself. What do you do to cope with life’s hurdles with ADHD?

I’ve been doing a lot of work lately. So much working. As I've mentioned, my job involves reading, writing, and strong oral communication skills (for meetings and public speaking). A lot of the time, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD) affects how competently I am able to perform these tasks. Contrary to popular belief, I can sit still long enough to read, so long as...
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