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Whiteboards, calendars, alarms and timers help keep someone with ADHD on track, but they don’t treat the underlying problem. A brain with ADHD has different brain chemistry than most people, so executive functioning is impaired. (Photo Illustration by Megan Wutzke)

Society focuses on the wrong problem when dealing with ADHD

Megan Wutzke, Staff Writer May 6, 2021

When I was 20, I went to therapy. I had depression, anxiety, and a bit of trauma to work through. After a few sessions, my therapist suggested I get tested for ADHD. I laughed because I couldn’t have...

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