While disclosing ADHD in the workplace is typically not advised by most ADHD experts, I do wonder if a confidential conversation with human resources is in order. Maybe not disclosing your ADHD, but simply the bullying in general, to get some guidance on how it should be handled.
I see a lot of this “teasing” when people don’t understand that there’s a physical condition behind the symptoms they see on the surface.
Maybe next time, you ask one of your co-workers how it would feel if you mimicked or teased them about ___________ (something “out of the norm” they do).
It’s a tough situation for sure, and I’m sorry you’re going through it.
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