ADHD in Women

Essential Support for Women with ADHD

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“Finally, I feel like I’m not crazy, or lazy, or defective. I feel understood.”

ADHD is complicated in women. Its symptoms are different — and too often misdiagnosed, ignored, or dismissed. Little girls who grow up with undiagnosed ADHD can carry around a lifetime of shame, poor self-esteem, and unhealthy coping mechanisms. This is a serious problem.

As our understanding of ADHD in adulthood grows, more and more women are getting diagnosed late in life. Others are discovering that the ADHD strategies they used as teens don’t work anymore. And still others are experiencing the symptom shifts that come with hormonal changes. No matter the challenge or life stage, all women with ADHD are welcomed with open arms by ADDitude.

In this bi-weekly newsletter, we provide a range of resources for women with ADHD: healthy living strategies, parenting techniques, stress-management plans, relationship insights, work supports, and much more. It’s all for women, and it’s all for free.

NOTE: This resource is for personal use only.