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ADHD Explained Using Comics

ADHD can be difficult to explain, and even harder to talk about. We're creative, friendly, and misunderstood by a lot of people. My hope is to help people with #ADHD feel understood and seen, and be able to share their experiences with others.

Tweets liked by I am a Taco (@canishitplease) / Twitter

“A simplified overview over the 3 diagnosable types of ADHD (including "ADD"). It’s likely that you have symptoms from across all types and not exclusively “hyperactive” or “inattentive”. Look up the DSM-V for the official symptom list!”

(4) Tweets with replies by Diana Gabaldon (@Writer_DG) / Twitter

“Many people with #ADHD communicate differently. That might annoy you at times, but please try to understand: it's our default setting. We're not doing it on purpose. (4/4)”

Tweets liked by I am a Taco (@canishitplease) / Twitter

“A simplified overview over the 3 diagnosable types of ADHD (including "ADD"). It’s likely that you have symptoms from across all types and not exclusively “hyperactive” or “inattentive”. Look up the DSM-V for the official symptom list!”

Pina✨ADHD Alien Comic on Twitter

“With ADHD, a lot of what we do or go through can be misinterpreted - by others but also by ourselves if we get told something often enough. This is the first part of my series hoping to clear up wrong assumptions and to help you find the words to communicate. Hope they help! ✨”

ADHD Jesse on Twitter

“Why can’t I complete tasks that I know are important? My ADHD brain does not process importance the same way as a neurotypical brain. Neurotypical people use importance to determine their focus and motivation.”