Writer Grace Timothy explores what it’s really like to live with ADHD with other women and non-binary people.
I was diagnosed with ADHD when I was 37, and I’m still getting my head around what it means for me, in terms of my past, present and future. Now we’re finally waking up to the fact that ADHD isn’t just for little boys, I want to better understand what the lived experience of ADHD is, and how the day-to-day really feels. I’m asking the big questions: Is it why I’m rubbish at phone sex, for example? Is it why I swear in front of my mother-in-law? Is it why I find myself going...
In this mini episode Grace has an update for listeners.
Books I’ve been reading:
The Mini ADHD Coach by Alice Gendron
Scatter Brain by Shaparak Khorsandi
Earthed by Rebecca Schiller
Dancing on Eggshells by John Waite
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