Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

All Lies Aren’t Created Equal

Can ADHD shed light on truth and deceit?

Image by Volker Glätsch from Pixabay

People with ADHD get in trouble all of the time for being too candid. They’ll tell you when your pants make you look fat. They’ll let the boss know that her business plan is idiotic. Yet some people with ADHD seem to lie frequently. They’ll make obviously false excuses for why they didn’t turn in their homework, finish their project, or show up…



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John Kruse

John Kruse MD, PhD, Hawaii psychiatrist, father of twins, marathon runner. Author of Recognizing Adult ADHD: What Donald Trump Can Teach Us About ADHD