An energy efficiency expert, a grad-school student, an ADHD family and a public relations exec. Meet them and more. Hear their stories. Say, “yep, that sounds like me” and feel good about it.
This soccer playing, photo taking, engineer who specializes in energy efficiency reached a turning point in his life when he decided to really deal with his ADHD. He had struggled with ADHD symptoms since childhood but had never been diagnosed or treated. Though he did graduate from college, he recognized he didn’t do as well as he was capable of doing. Two years ago, he sought help. He had big plans and knew his ADHD was getting in the way. He found the right treatment plan and now he’s working to make the world a better place.
My goal was to be able to focus on my profession and I’ve been able to accomplish that, so yeah, for me, life is good.
This NY Public Relations pro and foodie has a full plate. When she got more responsibilities at work, her ADHD symptoms became more apparent. Getting diagnosed and on treatment has changed her world for the better.
Since I’ve been diagnosed with ADHD, things have gone from more of a negative place to a much more positive place.
Shannon is a self-described “mess” who embraces her ADHD. Since she was diagnosed, she’s headed back to grad school for mental health (double meaning intended). She also has a full time job and a full time kiddo, so yeah, she’s kind of busy.
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