Your Emotional Riot — Or Why ADHD Makes You Feel So Much

The volatile (and sometimes destructive) emotions associated with ADHD can manifest as frustration, sensitivity, or tendency to depression. Here’s what you should know to control it.

Depression and RSD

For many years RSD has been the hallmark of what is called atypical depression. The reason that it was not called “typical” depression is that it is not depression at all, but the ADHD nervous system’s instantaneous response to the trigger of rejection.
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