When you read my helpful tips about sharing your ADHD, you will be ready to face your friends and family. On the other hand, you may decide it isn't a smart thing to do right now.
We think that our friends and family care so much about us, but we sometimes find out otherwise when we try to share something with them.
So many people are skeptics and they tend to crush the feelings of the person talking to them. By visiting this page, you will be prepared to share with others.
The important thing to remember is to try and not take things personally. Your friends and family are only responding with the knowledge that they know. They may not be trying to hurt you. I hope not but some may be trying to hurt you.
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I can't believe I am just giving it away.
Other people have their own opinions. Let them have them. If they wont budge, don't try to move them.
I am sure you have a brilliant and creative mind. Be creative when you share with others. Reach into their emotions. That is how you will suck them in and win them over.
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