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#16 ADHD masking: What you need to know

ADHD masking is the ways in which we try to conform to neurotypical standards to avoid the shame and stigma that ADHDers can experience.

It is a self-protection strategy that over time becomes tough to maintain. It can sabotage your social skills, prevent accurate diagnosis, reduce self-esteem, and lead to burnout. We explore what ADHD masking looks like. Plus I share MY 3 STEPS to to begin unmasking your ADHD. In the words of Brene Brown: It's time to let go of who you think you should be, so you can embrace who you are" Attitude Mag & article on masking:


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