How to Retire with ADHD: Structure, Stimulation, Purpose
After retirement, many people with ADHD spend their time in all the wrong places — online shopping, daytime television, and restaurants. Use these strategies to create a more fulfilling life after full-time work ends.
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This article is helpful for people who are financially secure and have the luxury of choosing how they want to spend their days. It ignores the fact that on average, when compared to people without ADHD, undiagnosed adults with ADHD have earned less money in their lifetimes and have more difficulty managing the money they’ve earned, leading to lower retirement savings and poor planning for the future. We are more likely to be impoverished, homeless, and have more health problems. The people having fun in the canoe are not the faces of most of us. Where are the articles that address that reality?