I Wish I'd Known Earlier About Adult ADHD—results from the ADHD Partner Survey

Adult ADHD was made an official diagnosis in 1994.  For years before that—and years after as well—millions of people struggled without benefit of diagnosis.  We humans love to solve mysteries. And when we don't have accurate explanations, we tend to create alternate narratives. Typically, this is not helpful.In this podcast, I share selected results from my ADHD Partner Survey, the first and most comprehensive research into the real-life manifestations of Adult ADHD. Respondents were the partners of adults with ADHD. Among the 64 questions was this one:  What do you wish you'd learned earlier about Adult ADHD?You can read the original post at my ADHD Roller Coaster blog, the first and longest-running website of any kind on Adult ADHD.My online training launches soon; to be notified, subscribe to my blog: ADHD Roller CoasterThanks for listening!  Gina Pera, Adult ADHD Author and EducatorAbout GinaSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?business=RQY9NXLNB9TEU¤cy_code=USD)

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You have questions about Adult ADHD? I work hard to provide answers. — Reliable answers honed over 20 years of primary research, writing, blogging, presenting, and leading support groups. — Preeminent ADHD experts including Russell Barkley, PhD, endorse my work. — These podcasts share readers' most popular posts from my award-winning ADHD Roller Coaster blog—the second and oldest website of any kind on Adult ADHD. — Founded in 2008. — My long-awaited online courses are available NOW — Thanks for listening—and subscribing — Gina Pera, author and educator: "Is It You, Me, or Adult A.D.D.?" and "Adult ADHD-Focused Couple Therapy: Clinical Interventions" — Blog: https://ADHDRollerCoaster.org — Training site: https://adhdsuccesstraining.com/adult-adhd-solving-the-four-essential-puzzle-pieces-consumers/