Women with ADHD Are Not Pill-Popping Speed Freaks

The reality of what treatment means and looks like for us.

Yesterday, I published an article on my late-in-life diagnosis of ADHD after suffering through 40 years of life having no idea I had the disorder. I don’t use the term suffering lightly here. I mean to tell you, it’s been a rough few decades. Freaking. Decades.



At 48, my world was turned completely upside down when I received a life-changing ADHD diagnosis. Late to My Own Party offers personal reflections on life with ADHD, critical analysis of research issues, helpful resources, support, insights, and general frivolity.

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Vanessa Torre

Top 10 feminist writer. Writing, coaching, and relentlessly hyping women in midilfe. linktr.ee/Vanessaltorre You need to get on my mailing list. For real.