Should I feel ashamed I have ADHD?

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Is it a bad thing?
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No! It’s absolutely nothing to be ashamed of? How are you feeling about it?
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No! It’s absolutely nothing to be ashamed of? How are you feeling about it?
Quite bad tbh about what other people think of me
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Is it a bad thing?
Of course not. Its just who you are, embrace it.
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Of course not. Its just who you are, embrace it.
Won’t other people judge me?
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It's not a bad thing at all! There are quite a few perks with having ADHD, please don't feel ashamed of it!
I have ADHD too, if you ever wanna talk about issues with it don't hesitate to contact me I'll answer as soon as I can. Finding out that you have it can be quite distressing, but it doesn't change who you are as a person. I still have amazing friends, they never left when they found out, and if people do start leaving you just because they found out you had ADHD, then they were never true friends to begin with.
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Is it a bad thing?
Definitely not, never be ashamed of it, it’s just part of who you are!
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Please make sure that you are getting adequate treatment/ support so the your grades etc don't suffer. And nope, it's not a bad thing.
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It's not a bad thing. Yes, it can affect your everyday life, but with help you will thrive just as well as the next person who doesn't have it. Also, why feel ashamed about something you can't change? You're you, and that's more than enough. Be proud for who you are (:
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Won’t other people judge me?
Probably.
People judge all sorts of things. You cant control other people's ignorance. You can only control your life, live how you want to live & be happy.
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Is it a bad thing?
It's nothing you can help, it's just the way you are. So don't worry about it.
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What seems to be worrying you about it?
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no it isn't
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Is it a bad thing?
It's not like you can avoid it considering you're born with it. I have it too, it sucks tbh because it's so misunderstood and people tend to harp on it. Probably best if you don't tell everyone but those you trust, hopefully they'll at least try to understand.
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Nooo adhd is fine at least Your hyper
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