THE REAL KEY IS FINDING YOURSELF
Overcoming Shame With ADHD contains affiliate links, which helps to keep the content coming. A life with untreated ADHD is a life with many inconsistencies. We are more likely to have bad credit, wrecked marriages, messy houses and ruined careers. We have difficulty...read more
ADHD Symptoms in adults aren't usually detectable until you get to know the person. That's because they're a little harder to spot for the adults than they are in children. Don't believe for a second that the symptoms aren't there, bubbling below the surface. As we...read more
Coping With The Holidays is another trial we have to bear. Coping with the holidays is another story when you have ADHD. They say the key to a successful holiday function is preparation; that must be on my other key ring. You know, the lost one. Every year they fool...read more
I Cant Love Myself and Hate My Body 01 January, 2017 Self Help Dating Self Esteem One day I decided to stop hating my body. It wasn't a total epiphany or a conversion experience. It was a cumulation of months of thinking: I hate being so miserable. It sucks not having...read more
Procrastination sucks. Dealing with procrastination is like navigating a funhouse, full of mirrors, floors that spin, and other obstacles. Living with ADHD isn’t so bad, all things considered. . . that is until I do something that requires focus and/or attention. I’m...read more
The ADHD Guide contains affiliate links. Ultimately, I’m not going to guide you to something that will make your life suck and keep you from coming back to read more stuff. Have you ever been to jail? Yeah, me neither. But I DO love true crime, and I make it a point...read more
Who am I? Well, for starters, my name is René. Ever since I can remember, I have been a typical ADHDer. I lose my keys, my books, my essays, my homework, and my glasses when they are on my face. I was diagnosed at the tender age of 11, but never received treatment until age 25. The experience of learning that what I have is real and that it can be worked with began there.
Black Girl Lost Keys was created to share the experience of receiving a diagnosis of ADHD late in life, all while being part of a demographic that is still largely skeptical of mental illnesses.
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