Invisible Illness
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If My Therapist Didn’t Tell Me She Had ADHD I Would Have Quit a Long Time Ago

The importance of sharing a hidden identity

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I have ADHD and OCD. There are times when I don’t think either of these things are that bad and I feel very normal. However, there are other times when I catch myself rambling and rambling. These are the times I realize my brain struggles with non-anxious linear…

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