It’s not that people with ADHD refuse to pay attention. It’s that they have so much trouble regulating internal and external distractions that paying attention can feel almost impossible.

The ADHD brain can be so busy with internal/external interference that they may struggle to hear/process/retain important information.

ADHD tends to impact our brain’s overall “executive function,” which we think of as the brain’s CEO. This important regulator controls & essential functions.

Unfortunately, when life feels frantically busy or out of control, most of us tend to sacrifice self-care first.

Balance can be a real challenge for someone with ADHD, as we can tend to neglect or avoid what overwhelms us while binging on what we enjoy.

It’s not surprising that positive communication and relationships can be a bit trickier for the person with ADHD.

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