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5 Things I Do to Get a Grip on my ADHD When It’s Rush Hour in My Brain

These are simple things; I’m not saying it is easy though

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If you have ADHD (or maybe even if you don’t), you know what it is like to wake up and feel like your brain is spinning. My therapist calls it rush hour traffic of the brain.




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