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  • Writer's pictureKate

"For Women With Money Issues, an A.D.H.D. Diagnosis Can Be Revelatory" from The New York Times

If you have ever wondered if you might have ADHD, but wondered about the benefit of getting a diagnosis -- read this article. It clearly describes the impulse and regulation challenges of ADHD and their negative consequences. Over and over, I see what a relief a diagnosis and medication can be for clients who have spent years beating themselves up for not being able to be organized or on-time. Finances, budgeting, and impulse shopping are definitely a part of those ADHD challenges. The Adult ADHD Self-Report Scale is a useful initial screening tool that could start a conservation with a doctor, or yourself, about pursuing a diagnosis and the therapy and medication to help manage those very impactful, real-world symptoms.



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