How to Be a Better Friend with ADHD (with Sharon Saline, Psy.D.)

On Friday, April 14, Dr. Saline unpacked the social-emotional challenges associated with ADHD in adults, and offer advice for bolstering the relationships that matter most in your life.

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7 replies on “How to Be a Better Friend with ADHD (with Sharon Saline, Psy.D.)”

My avoidance of people and events comes from the fact my experience tells me they and I are on different wave lengths – interests, values, etc. I'm extremely unselfish, empathetic, humble, transparent, want to play fair, share, take turns. With most women and nearly all in my profession (real estate) I find people to be cesspools of shallow self-absorption. When I do find a "nice" person wanting friendship I find they want something – MLM sales, a solution to their smothering neediness etc.

Thank you SOOOOOOOO very much for talking about this! I am in bed now dreading going to an event I was invited to by a newish friend. I want to be invited but then hate to go! Listening to this as I get out of bed to get ready to go. 🤞🏽

I love this channel. But I'm not sure if I passed it up but I was looking for something from you guys talking about celiac disease and ADHD link? I think that would be a good topic to talk about. How hyper focusing leads to fatigue which is one of celiacs symptoms. And how ADHD triggers it.

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