Why People with ADHD Act The Way They Do

"The ADHD world is curvilinear. Past, present, and future are never separate and distinct. Everything is now." And that can complicate everyday life, work, and relationships. Here, Dr. William Dodson explains the neurological workings of the ADHD mind.

Your ADHD Life

Most people with ADHD have always known they are different. They were told by parents, teachers, employers, and friends that they did not fit the common mold. They were told to assimilate and become like everyone else.

The main obstacle to understanding ADHD has been the incorrect assumption adults with ADD could and should be like the rest of us. For neurotypicals and anyone with ADHD, here's a detailed portrait of why those with one of the 7 types of ADD do what they do. 

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