ADHD while it has its main objective symptoms is still evolving on the subjective scale. People react differently to symptoms and as time goes on how they view and deal with ADHD evolves as well. Individuals learn to cope or better handle situations and in some cases different symptoms leave or new ones emerge.
The article, “How My Understanding of ADHD Has Evolved Over Time” from the ADHD Editorial Board of “Additude” looks at how people have evoled with ADHD. The article states,
This ADHD Awareness Month, we’re recognizing our ever-expanding understanding of what ADHD is (and isn’t). To celebrate this ADHD [R]evolution, we asked ADDitude readers: “How has your understanding of ADHD evolved over time? What do you know now that you wish you’d known at the time of your own or your child’s diagnosis?”
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