ADHD from childhood morphs into a new thing as the individual grows into adulthood. If you thought it was hard as a child, it’s harder as an adult. With all those responsibilities like work and paying for bills. The…symptoms of ADHD as an adult look like childish. So how do they translate as an adult? The chart below will reveal that to you.
Haha! My life right here!
Before I start sharing posts on anything ADHD related like ADHD during childhood and ADHD during adulthood, the next three posts (starting with this one), will cover the 3 types of ADHD: Hyperactive/Impulsive, Inattentive, and Combined so you will have an idea of what ADHD in general
I’m writing this especially after the Earthquake that happened in Nor Cal just recently. And if you’re like me who lives an anxiety disorder, ADHD, and PTSD, earthquakes definitely doesn’t help the hypervigilence (and sometimes energy) that comes with those. Trust me…it took me 3 days for me to calm down after the second quake happened after the Fourth of July.
While we’re told to prepare for an Earthquake, whether it’s going under a table for cover or stashing up on a 3 Days supply of food and water, how do you emotionally prepare for an Earthquake, especially if you live with a mental health disorder and/or ADHD? The infographs below showcase below how to physically as well as emotionally how to prepare for an Earthquake. It even give a rather nifty phone number to call when you experience a natural emergency distress. Be sure to check them out!