What living in uni halls taught me about my ADHD

Uni halls is a right of passage for many. Your first time living away from home, having to do all the things that up until now have been done for you. It’s a new world to conquer, and for an ADHDer the word new conjures a feeling of fear that bubbles up from deep within.Continue reading “What living in uni halls taught me about my ADHD”

My Battle with Comorbidity

According to a 2016 publication by the Mental Health Foundation called Fundamental Facts About Mental Health, ‘almost a quarter of individuals who screened positively for ADHD were receiving treatment for anxiety (23.8%) or depression (22.9%).’ It is a scary reality to face that having ADHD means that you are this much more likely to haveContinue reading “My Battle with Comorbidity”