My Life with ADHD

I am going to share my heart in hopes that I can make a difference to someone who is struggling or has struggled with a disability that is not visible to the eye but never-the-less very real.

Growing up with a healthy self-esteem was very difficult when words such as hyper and clumsy were used to describe me.

I learned to love myself because God loved me first!

I was a good student, graduating in the top 10% of my high school class. Since focus was a challenge, I had to work harder to succeed.

I learned to use outlines and take notes to identify similarities and differences and to increase recall and understanding.

ADHD was exhausting!

At work, I have often been described as very organized. What people don’t know is how difficult it was to get there.

I learned to set goals, make lists and stay structured.