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The earliest panic attack I remember

Those moments that haunt people with ADHD for years

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I was in grade 7 shop class. The teacher was explaining how to make a spice rack. I tuned out, likely daydreaming. I didn’t hear anything he said. When Mr. “What’s His Name” was done instructing, I had no idea what I was supposed to do or how to start. None.




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