When You think it’s Anxiety but it’s Really ADHD

ADHD is missed in 50-75% of women. It’s often called anxiety, depression, and even OCD. When she has a child that’s diagnosed with ADHD is when she’s most likely to discover her own struggle. ADHD often leads to anxiety and depression as a secondary response to all of the challenges that go with untreated ADHD. … Continue reading When You think it’s Anxiety but it’s Really ADHD