Terry Matlen

Is ADHD Different For Women?

More women are being diagnosed with ADHD than ever before, though many may still be unidentified.

29 ADHD Patient Stories

Nurturing and Maintaining Relationships with ADHD
4 min
article
René Brooks

Nurturing and Maintaining Relationships with ADHD

How I Found My ADHD Community
3 min
article
René Brooks

How I Found My ADHD Community

What I Know Now: Reflecting on Childhood, Post-ADHD Diagnosis
6 min
article
Nerris Nassiri

What I Know Now: Reflecting on Childhood, Post-ADHD Diagnosis

Low Self-Esteem: The Side of ADHD You Don’t See
4 min
article
René Brooks

Low Self-Esteem: The Side of ADHD You Don’t See

Careers And ADHD: How To Find The Right Fit
5 min
article
Terry Matlen

Careers And ADHD: How To Find The Right Fit

Making Your ADHD Work in the Office
4 min
article
René Brooks

Making Your ADHD Work in the Office

4 Relationship Struggles with ADHD (and How to Overcome Them)
6 min
article
Nerris Nassiri

4 Relationship Struggles with ADHD (and How to Overcome Them)

Do I Tell My Boss? The Pros and Cons of Disclosing Your ADHD
5 min
article
Terry Matlen

Do I Tell My Boss? The Pros and Cons of Disclosing Your ADHD

The Dumbest Things People Have Said To Me About ADHD
5 min
article
René Brooks

The Dumbest Things People Have Said To Me About ADHD

A Day In The Life Of Someone With ADHD
4 min 20 sec
video
Healthline Editorial Team

A Day In The Life Of Someone With ADHD

ADHD: Me Before And After My Diagnosis
5 min
article
Kerri Mackay

ADHD: Me Before And After My Diagnosis

'Coming Out' To My Family About ADHD
5 min
article
René Brooks

'Coming Out' To My Family About ADHD

My Worst ADHD Triggers
4 min
article
Terry Matlen

My Worst ADHD Triggers

This Is What A Bad Day With ADHD Looks Like
4 min
article
René Brooks

This Is What A Bad Day With ADHD Looks Like

Is My ADHD Getting Worse With Age?
3 min
article
Terry Matlen

Is My ADHD Getting Worse With Age?

Mindfulness And ADHD — What Works For Me (And What Doesn’t)
4 min
article
René Brooks

Mindfulness And ADHD — What Works For Me (And What Doesn’t)

About Life Effects

Living with one or more chronic conditions affects your life in so many ways. The only people who really know what you are going through are those who have faced the same challenges for years. With that in mind we have created Life Effects, an initiative shaped by patients, for patients.

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