I spent a day with people w/ ADHD

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    AnthonyPadilla

    I spent a day with people with ADHD to learn the truth about this highly misunderstood disorder (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder).
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    🧨HUGE thank you to:
    ▸ JESSICA - ltheat.info & howtoadhd.com
    ▸ BEX - bex_tk & impactparents.com
    ▸ JOSEPH - ltheat.info/mem/hNLXNVh.html... & m.twitch.tv/jbaverage

    ❗️ADHD RESOURCES
    ▸ chadd.org - Dedicated to improving the lives of people affected by ADHD.
    ▸ cdc.gov/ncbddd/adhd/index.html - Data and resources on ADHD.

    🗯MORE I SPENT A DAY WITH…
    ▸ SCHIZOPHRENIA - ltheat.info/phone/vaizdo-ra-as/f3Glp3utdmWHfKU
    ▸ BORDERLINE PERSONALITY (BPD) - ltheat.info/phone/vaizdo-ra-as/gaSRboFtm6V8r6k
    ▸ TOURETTE SYNDROME - ltheat.info/phone/vaizdo-ra-as/mquchaKJo36te6U

    🎥Crew
    ▸ Creator, Director, Writer, etc. - Anthony Padilla
    ▸ Executive Producer - Alessandra Catanese
    ▸ Production Coordinator, Co-writer & Research - Elise Felber
    ▸ Director of Photography/Gaffer - Zach Zeidman
    ▸ Editor - Mike Criscimagna AKA Mork Crispy
    ▸ Assistant Editor - Patrick Horba
    ▸ Post PA / Assistant Editor - Ash Duckworth

    🎵Theme Music Composer - Matt Good AKA The King of Emo
    🖼Portrait painted by: Rhianna Robles - zerogattsu

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    0:00 - INTRO
    1:48 - SYMPTOMS
    3:32 - EXPERIENCES
    11:26 - DIAGNOSIS
    15:34 - LIFE BEYOND

AnthonyPadilla
AnthonyPadilla

come back next week for a truly moving episode, *I spent a day with people w/ TERMINAL ILLNESSES*. 🎙NEW PODCAST: Spotify ▸ https://open.spotify.com/show/5aOLuPenneHbhLh05fmkeu Apple ▸ https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/i-spent-a-day-with/id1550213250

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Kelsie King
Kelsie King

Hiii Anthony Idk if you will see this but could you possibly try do an interview with people with epilepsy

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bobby reyes
bobby reyes

Just wanted to thank u for posting this. As someone with ADHD it gets hard to constantly be behind and ppl getting angry with u for not catching up. So I tend to place a ton of burden on myself for not reaching my potential.

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Vinzy Lu
Vinzy Lu

Hey can you do one with ppl who have little space. I feel like more ppl should know about that. It's a great coping mechanism for trauma and mental stress.

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AJR kid
AJR kid

Are you on google podcasts?

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Justice Bobnock
Justice Bobnock

I have adhd and you should have picked me I have it really bad and I don’t take medicine for it bc I’m trying to control its hard but I don’t like taking medication for it

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kawaiiRaccoon
kawaiiRaccoon

I have many many adhd symptoms, but my mom won't let it get checked or smth and says I just want attention with that and with Self harm, so I'm kinda on my own with all that, but-... Well at least my "brother" helps me through it and my gf kinda,

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Andy Rivera
Andy Rivera

I’m not diagnosed with adhd but I can heavily relate to a lot of the symptoms as experiences I’ve unknowing masked and the ‘has more potential but doesn’t apply it’ used to kill me I don’t know how to bring it up to my mom to be evaluated because I don’t think she would believe me Should I ask?

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Apollo Arts
Apollo Arts

What the fuck are pogs!!??

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Nick Dubzz
Nick Dubzz

I have ADHD and ADD And I usually get bullied for it so it is my friend because we both hyperactive and can be annoying

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BlameBrian
BlameBrian

I forget that I have ADHD cause I was diagnosed when I was like 12 and didn't really pay attention to the doctors talking to me and my mom at the time, they just told me taking this medication would help me concentrate in school. I took it but I was very depressed at the same time so I stopped taking it. Sure my grades were good but my happiness was taken away. I thought I was just lazy and stupid. This videohelped me realize I'm not alone. It hurts not being myself around people but because of past trauma I'm wired to just stay quiet as a defense mechanism. Thanks for the video. Now I need to find ways to live with ADHD confidently. AND FINISH WRITING THIS SCRIPT WITHOUT GETTING DISTRACTED!!!!😡 Anyone with tips on concentrating without medication, please let me know.

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shelbssy
shelbssy

having adhd is also small things like not being able to concentrate on media like movies, tv even this video right now i cant sit and watch it. i have to skip forward to engage myself- i miss out on so much information and scenes because i just cant sit and watch, or i'll swipe out and go on instagram for 29 minutes then go on youtube and remember i'm watching something. it's so inconvenient i feel like i can't let myself enjoy anything even 3 minute music videos

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Journetta
Journetta

my Impulse control purchases is sponges... 😭😭😭 IDK WHY

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WinterFight
WinterFight

How old do I have to be to talk with Anthony?

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LoboSolitario19
LoboSolitario19

Man, Bex came across as a really intelligent person imo! I really liked the way they talked,, The three of them did great of course, it was super interesting to know more about this disorder :]

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DRJY 0416
DRJY 0416

I thank my ADHD cause it made the video x10 more enjoyable! Idk if someone cares maybe not, but it was literally yesterday when I remembered I have ADHD. I was medicated a few years ago, but that stopped. But yesterday, I suddenly remembered after years I have ADHD, and I did a lot of research, and boom. A looooooot of things made sense, and it made me happy that it wasn’t just me being dumb and distracted, but actually it was partly ADHD. And even when writing this, I’m being distracted by a lot of crap, specially scrapping my nails, damn them… ADHD people, hello there💀 And guys, the internal fatigue is annoying, reeeeeeally annoying, in case anyone needed more confirmation…

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Rebecca Okpara
Rebecca Okpara

I have adhd i dont have a struggle with grades the only time i had really "bad" grades was when i went in a depressive spiral because of covid + george floyd and stuff but i do have a really hard time finishing my work, i turn in things late or 3 minutes before its due

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Elias Poe
Elias Poe

Living with ADHD is like having a really fast computer for a brain, but the RAM looses power randomly and random windows pop up all the time with others closing because you can only keep track of 5 individual thoughts at a time, and you're graphics card only works when you don't need it.

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tdwebste3
tdwebste3

Yes compulsion! And either hyper focus or no focus. Hyper focus for too long hurts.

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jenny brown
jenny brown

Oooof This made me cry a little

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JackQTVs Stuff
JackQTVs Stuff

I have severe ADHD but I found out how to twist my hyperfocusing into doing work in school and I did great in school after that

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DA Dogo
DA Dogo

It's called DAVE now

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Kayla Prinsloo - Steiner
Kayla Prinsloo - Steiner

Can you do a video, spending a day with Autistic people!? I volunteer as tribute 😂

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Martin Salazar
Martin Salazar

Only lasted 4 minutes watching this video, can’t find myself to finish it 😭😭😭😭

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Link
Link

anthony padildo

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Baxter Wilson
Baxter Wilson

Not having a 8-5 job is amazing for me.

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Chill
Chill

i gots adhd and this is quite pog if i do say so myself

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Flapopa
Flapopa

I don’t know if I have ADHD I think I have symptoms but I’m not sure I have it

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Zac Cave
Zac Cave

I don't know if I feel better about myself or worse. .. or if I'll remember this 5 min from now as I fail to go to sleep.

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Scorpiozzz
Scorpiozzz

So happy that I was able to be diagnosed at an earlier age.

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Okuyasu Nijimura
Okuyasu Nijimura

God I want to get diagnosed so bad

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Danie Arsenault
Danie Arsenault

Omg i LOVE how he puts there pronouce you go anthony

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Nathan Badillo
Nathan Badillo

Watching people talk about ADHD is such a relief for me, I always watch these kinds of vids of people talking about it because I always feel alone when it comes to not fitting into the world and being different from everyone else and it makes me feel better about myself reminding me that they're people just like me who have this disorder🙏

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Roman Soldier
Roman Soldier

As someone with a diagnosis of ADHD doing things you aren't interested in is impossible also although I am an unathletic introvert running helps complete clear my mind

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Ramon Momono
Ramon Momono

My brother has ADD wich is similar, not the exact same thing but they are related. And some things here they talk about, remind me of my lil bro.

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Big Yikes
Big Yikes

...I just realized I have already watched this video and forgot because I zoned out the first time while watching at 2x speed. >:/

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Emily Maldonado
Emily Maldonado

how can we help family members with ADHD? i really wanna help my brother focus and do better in school but i have no clue how. it’s not helpful how i also get frustrated easily :/

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Phoenix2279
Phoenix2279

As a person with adhd I didn’t know how much I needed this video, thank you

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Phoenix2279
Phoenix2279

Having adhd is really not fun sometimes, I’ve had this idea in my head for years at this point for a game and have been trying to get better at coding like “ alright let’s sit at the computer and do that coding lesson get on Khan Academy why am I still scrolling on YouTube I really wanna do this why am I not doing this yet”. It doesn’t just affect things you don’t want to do, and can be a real hindrance for things you HAVE to do.

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rblx_x1 AKA Nikki
rblx_x1 AKA Nikki

CANT BIVIEVE HowToADHD CUSSED XD NEVER SEEN ON CAMRA DOING THAT BEFOR THIS VID AS FAR AS I KNOW

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Brianne Dennis
Brianne Dennis

Tik tok also diagnosed me. I went and got diagnosed after I saw all the videos. I’m an addict and have been clean for 7 years. Women are highly under diagnosed

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1t2ht
1t2ht

Wait, I was watching a video?

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Ronen Clan2
Ronen Clan2

Hi i am a 13 year old female with ADHD and may i just say its hard in school 😑

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Hobi Hope
Hobi Hope

The dumbest thing is that ADHD is basically just named "that kid is annoying me disorder" instead of focusing on the symptoms that actually affect *the person* with the disorder

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Huey Mann
Huey Mann

Knowledge n understanding ...love how non judgemental Anthony is

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Stephen B
Stephen B

I LOVE how they allllll struggled to plug them selves at the end!! Hahaha trying to remember the YouTube channels omg this is a truely life for us huh…. Just how it is :)

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SoraBlackheart
SoraBlackheart

OMG HEY FAM!!!!

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Fairy Gore
Fairy Gore

The reason it’s found more in boys than girls is because half of therapists still think only boys have it.

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Beats_Bunny
Beats_Bunny

I have adhd and it’s not easy but it just means I’m different

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milo
milo

Before watching this video I had the same exact traits and my parents and I thought that I was just weird, obviously I couldn’t control it. But after watching the video I realised I might have ADHD, I have my dads genes and he had ADHD at a young age like I am right now, (11 years old) and we both can totally relate to these expectations. I went to the doctor to see if I do because my dad just wanted to make sure, and low and behold I do! I’m proud that I have ADHD and if you don’t or do you should still be proud! It doesn’t make you more of a weirdo and less of a normal person:D

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Vision YT
Vision YT

ADHD is like trying to remember something that was never told to you

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bodhi
bodhi

Thank you so much for making this video with so much respect. I feel like I can understand my mother a little better now. She is 63 with ADHD. Struggled so much just trying to understand her and her way of being. Now I feel like I can approach her a lot better. All the signs and symptons being described I have seen in my mom throughout my entire life and it's just amazing to see this. Thanks again!

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Jenna Fox
Jenna Fox

I wasn’t diagnosed with adhd until the middle of ninth grade. The reason why is because I was smart, I was in the gifted program, I’d get high honor roll, I had friends, I could read and comprehend, I had a great memory. So throughout all of school I’d get ones for impulse control, I’d get yelled at because I didn’t like reading the books they made me read, which they took to mean I had dyslexia. I was great at geometry but couldn’t do algebra, I was ap everything else and then below grade level math, and people were confused and I felt alone and isolated and like a social reject because I couldn’t figure out why no one was like me. This then caused extreme anxiety and depression. I couldn’t sleep, I stopped eating, I’d forget to eat, I’d hyperfocus on things I loved and people didn’t understand that I couldn’t control it. My fifth grade teacher noticed I liked to organize things, and then made me organize things for her, instead of getting me the help I needed, she would have me do her busy work so I’d be less distracting. I got help and everything changed and I really wish someone spoke up when they noticed because now it’s given me social anxiety, crippling anxiety and depression.

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Peggy Cleary
Peggy Cleary

Striking up a conversation with strangers: i skip the "Hi how was your day" and go straight to "I love your dress!" (On the street) or "so many customers, and you don't have a helper, that must be hard!" (In the grocery store) Or, "Yes, that is a beautiful mural, isn't it?". (On the street again.) Or "that's an interesting accent, where are you from? Have you been here long? I've been there myself, it's a wonderful place." (Anywhere. Literally.) Or, (on the street or on a bus, speaking in a language i hear someone speaking, "it will be the next stop." Or "can I help you find something" if someone is looking at a map, or even just "Would it be okay if i speak Swedish with you?" I have actually found new friends that way. It's interesting how many people are startled, but then happy when i do this. (My kids and husband are often neither.)

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Ptyleranodon
Ptyleranodon

"Timelines are hard for me." That's me, 100%! Every experience I've ever had just compresses into one flat image in my brain.

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B-M
B-M

that stood out to me too! Dates and years mean nothing, but my brain organises it in sort of a longs string, or by location

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Romina Farias
Romina Farias

Omg…POGS!!!!

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trackrat6
trackrat6

i was diagnosed as a kid and tbh lifes boring/ annoying

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Moorgan Pål Windan Hart
Moorgan Pål Windan Hart

I really appreciate this video. It feels like it gave me closure on some level. I always knew I was misdiagnosed with ADHD, and with the new symptoms I developed as an adult giving me a new diagnosis that actually did explain the experiences I've had I've confirmed it on a conscious level, but I guess hearing these experiences in a thorough and well explained format presented by someone I trust just gives me that subconscious closure. It's like that nagging thought in the back of my head that I've been ignoring about if I possibly also do have ADHD has gone silent. I'd love to see an episode about Unipolar Depression as well.

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Amy Unsinn
Amy Unsinn

Hi Anthony! IMsure you have heard this line so many times but I'll say it anyways! HAHA. I've been following you on and off for a long time on the internet. I'm 28 and after watching this video really makes me feel like I'm not alone! Seeing with the different types of experiences of ADHD. I'm so so happy you reached out to people with ADHD. I've suffered from this since I was little. LOVE what you are doing on your channel! YouTube is in a weird and strange time...I'm glad you went into this direction! LOTS of LOVE!

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jauxro
jauxro

Oh! Pidge Voltron

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Nordisk Katt
Nordisk Katt

i have adhd and amphetamine (speed) is the only thing that makes me chill and it helped me a lot to study and graduate from college

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Beat0s
Beat0s

i have adhd and i still don't understand wtf it even is

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Sydney Primeau
Sydney Primeau

“It affects our ability to sleep” Me watching this after waking up at 4:20 am (lol): “yeah, that makes sense”

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Sydney Primeau
Sydney Primeau

Anyone here (especially with adhd) on Vyvance?

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Sydney Primeau
Sydney Primeau

I watch YouTube with captions sometimes, mostly because hearing it and reading it helps my brain process. So to anyone else with processing issues, I recommend this

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Stormie
Stormie

I have ADHD (been diagnosed) and I just realized…. 20:50 it’s 12:18 a.m and I’m watching this video

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alyssa roberts
alyssa roberts

Men typically only get diagnosed more often because the symptoms are typically easier to see

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Amelia V
Amelia V

On New Years, I was with a friend with adhd and he had 3 cans of coke . Let’s just say he went crazy (he was young)

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Alex Soto
Alex Soto

As a person with ADHD it can be a powerful tool when harnessed and controlled.

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Ricky Hineman
Ricky Hineman

"Are there extended periods of time where you completely forget you have ADHD ..."? Buddy, there's extended periods of time where I completely forget I exist; no drugs even required

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Moschino1991
Moschino1991

They should just name ADHD to being human. Humans aren’t made to be able accomplish a million different tasks in a day or be stuck staring at a computer screen for 9 hours without getting restless. And teachers now days try to get every young child medicated and diagnosed. I was diagnosed as a kid and that’s just my opinion…no hate please 😂

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Flowey is cute if you Don’t count the murder
Flowey is cute if you Don’t count the murder

I have ADHD, but I didn’t know when I was younger. Along with that I have APD (audio processing disorder) and anxiety (generalized and social). My sister used to make me feel stupid because I couldn’t pay attention or understand what she was saying. She also made my anxiety feel invalid.

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Jake Hoot
Jake Hoot

just finished the video. This really hit the feels because i can relate. I almost failed highschool even though I stopped actually really doing anything around freshman year, I self isolate, i dont like talking to people unless its about something meaningful like philosophy, physics, linguistics, genology, etc... I never do anything because i am always too mentally occupied with thinking about how or when i am going to do something. I have to strain my brain to watch a 20 minute show without stopping or doing something else while watching it. I have troubles commiting to tasks as well. My memory is horrible and I often wonder if I have early onset alzeimhers. But I do literally think about anything because to me life is in the mind and not the body in a sense ( im sure some fellow peeps will understand ).

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Jake Hoot
Jake Hoot

literally was just watching powered by rainbows science about transgender and homosexual videos. I am a part of the lgbtq+ community myself and I love science especially genetics and physics; but I wanted to learn more about life/interaction with normies and adhd so I am watching this because I love knowledge and am curious. Also have adhd. I gave you a big ups in my head then immediatley subscribed when you put preferred pronouns in the video. :)

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Faithie
Faithie

I almost cried a few times during this cause they understood me so well. I have all these issues and I hear myself saying at least once a day “I wish I was normal”. Some days I hate it a lot

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B-M
B-M

right!? it makes so much sense. Also I know makes everything so hard sometimes, BUT (not to be weird), but you are a valuable and wonderful participant of life no matter how "not-normal" your brain is by the standards of a society that isn't structured in a way that suits your programming. Hope your day is full of love and good things :)

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Shiroi [ianma]
Shiroi [ianma]

I don't think I'll ever find out if I really have it or not- I know I do.

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Anja Hell
Anja Hell

18:05 This part: " I was running out of time. I was so behind in life. And i think alot of people with ADHD do, they feel the weight of, " I'm behind, so I haven't done the things that I was supposed to do by now. So now i have to do the things that I'm supposed to do now AND all the things I should've already done." And it doesnt go well. because the same things that got in our way then are getting in our way now AND we're trying to do more. " The most destructive, frustrating and overwhelming part of having ADHD..

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Hungryman 84
Hungryman 84

I have ADHD autism and epilepsy and one eye so I have no sympathy for any of these people

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Yasu Tigoka
Yasu Tigoka

Realized by 6:49 that the girl is wearin a Neurodiversity shirt- FELLOW NEURODIVERSITY PEOPLE RISE UP-

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〈• тeddy_тιred_arтιѕт •〉
〈• тeddy_тιred_arтιѕт •〉

As a person with ADHD I can relate to all they said. I have to take my medications every morning and It makes me feel like they put me under “heavy” drugs. They say “It’s only to give you more control over your ADHD and to calm you” But in reality, I am a total different person with and without my medications. With my medications, I am very calm and I don’t talk, I don’t feel like socializing or going for a simple walk. Without them, I feel more energetic and somehow happier?— I can’t stop smiling and I want to talk and to hangout with people. I feel like I am myself and it makes me feel happy and free 😌 Of course, it affects people around me. For example, if I just feel more energetic and in good mood, they ask me “Did you take your medications?..” As if me not being lazy or something like that and socializing means that I am out of control.. In elementary school, I used to talk so much. Of course, I got in trouble because of that. The teachers were telling me “Stop talking in class. I told you to many times and you continue on talking and talking” I answer “I know, I am sorry.. I wish I could stop, but I don’t know why I can’t.. I just don’t know.. how?” And they always said “We both know that you know how. I am not stupid and you are not stupid” It took me years to learned to shut my mouth. I am being called annoying because I have ADHD “You are so annoying and move to much. Without your ADHD you wouldn’t be like that” “Without your medications, you act like a 5 years old” This is just rude 😒

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•Sulfur the Wolfdog•🏳️‍🌈
•Sulfur the Wolfdog•🏳️‍🌈

I having ADHD kind of sucks for me because i constantly pick at my skin and finger nails

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Areyouok _YT
Areyouok _YT

I just realise that I was exploring the comment in the entire video

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Cesare
Cesare

13:37 i always was in that dilemma. Do i take Ritalin or not ? Am i going to be functional as expected of me but on drugs ? Or better be drug free but not accepted and unemployed ? Its funny. When we're not on drugs, people think we are. And vise versa.

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Mybackhertz
Mybackhertz

Never been diagnosed but uh.. I'm 12 minutes in and this is the third time ive had to play it cause I keep going to do something else

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Alaa aglan
Alaa aglan

I have a small percentage of adhd which makes me smart but it's really hard to study for like 10 minutes straight I always have to get up and like walk run whatever then get back to studying. It's really frustrating also I get lost when talking about a certain topic and find myself changing it.

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Nicola Heinze
Nicola Heinze

People with adhd are 10x more likely to get anxiety and depression they have a lack of serotonin that’s also why we are very hyperactive it’s because we’re actively looking for endorphins

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Nicola Heinze
Nicola Heinze

I really love this episode as I have adhd

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John Gutierrez
John Gutierrez

I lost concentration after 5 minutes and went on for another 2 before I realized it

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Spxades
Spxades

THANK YOU FOR THIS VIDEO I HAVE ADHD!!

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Void Dragon
Void Dragon

i should have been in this video

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Sam Says
Sam Says

How does 1 even go about getting diagnosed...? I'm going on 27 this coming month, I got super emotional with this video on how much I related. I've only been diagnosed with depression at 15 of course.

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NekoDoggo
NekoDoggo

Yeeee, How To ADHD is here!

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VoidGW
VoidGW

OMG Thank you for doing this. Ive watched almost all of Jessicas videos and have been much more successful in life with ADHD and not being medicated.

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Pink Magic Ali
Pink Magic Ali

This kind of annoyed me a bit. Yes boys are diagnosed more than girls but also, like with ASD, the criteria were based on boys originally who can present differently to girls. This is often the case and it means that girls with ADHD or ASD are incredibly under diagnosed. Maybe do an ASD video as well? OMG 18:20 hits hard!

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ProfessorJiggles
ProfessorJiggles

i watched this video in 1.5x speed

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Gray Alien
Gray Alien

My ADHD may suck in this society, but I hope your essential oils and herbal teas can save you from that sabertooth tiger, bitch

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Bill Cipher
Bill Cipher

Ironically I couldn’t focus on anything that wasn’t bex sounding like pidge

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Adama Camara
Adama Camara

You don't need ADHD to be able to sense danger

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great respect
great respect

DOES THIS EXISTS IN INDIAN PEOPLE OR JUST RICH WHITE PEOPLE......

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LilSmoky92
LilSmoky92

My theory is that females end up with ADD rather than ADHD more often and ADD is simply better at flying under the radar. As ADD people, we live in our own little world in our heads, we think outside the box but we keep our mouths shut about it because we know often, these ideas don't work in reality. When they do though, it's amazing. But you just get tired of trying, because people are so focused on negatives these days, that your bad ideas stand out and the good ideas get overlooked. And so we retreat back into our own little worlds, because "it's not worth it". What ADD people need is someone who grounds them but also loves them for the creative chaos they bring to the table, instead of being rejected for being different. But the reality for many of us is: This ego-driven world hates people who are too "different", so we don't get the love we would need in order for us to come out of our shells. Especially kids often end up being bullied back into their shell if there is noone putting a stop to it. And the teachers are usually secretly happy about that - one kid less that's being a handful.

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Patrick's Studio
Patrick's Studio

I think I have undiagnosed ADHD. Every symptoms or experiences they said are familiar and normal to me. I think I even managed to fix them lol(particularly the one about not being able to concentrate on what a person says) coz my parents just told me it was normal and I just need to eat veggies lol. Literally I still stuggle with every single one of the symptoms. Even teachers hated me because I was so different and aloof, socially awkward and got scolded because I can't look into their eyes when I talk to them, I didn't have an excuse. I wasn't diagnosed with anything. I don't wanna go to a psycholigist either. I went one to fix my suicidal tendencies, depression and anger issues. Didn't really help me that much. Felt like they were just milking money out of us. I opened to her abour me feeling behind to my peers and she dismissed it. Sighs Here I am still in denial and trying to be normal because I know no one would understand. They'd think I'm overreacting again.

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ang
ang

I didn’t get diagnosed until 20. Sitting in class dozing off and wondering why I literally can’t focus lead me to years of thinking I was just absolutely stupid . Stopped me from going to college as well. I am not educated ! And I too thought it was just a mental thing kids had that made them jump around . It’s so not talked about like it should be for adults

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X X
X X

I'm exhausted... Have brought so many changes into my life and my family's... Am so hyperactive... Now am depressed, numb and exhausted.. everyday is a battle ... I really get scared of rejection too ... 🤦🏼‍♀️ Hoping for a calmer time ahead once am on meds, diagnosed etc. X

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Livi Animates
Livi Animates

I've been forgetting certain words sometimes, and among other things are the reason for why I've been trying to get a diagnosis. But yesterday I experienced the worst loss of memory so far, and while the word wasn't too normal, I was using it the day before. It was the word Quiff, like the hair style, and it took me 3 hours to find it!

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ShowTimeWithBrandon
ShowTimeWithBrandon

I got diagnosed with ADHD during elementary school. Untreated until I was 38 (Prozac for depression helps with ADHD). I got a job in my mid 30s at Subway. They were explaining how to make a certain sandwich. I was trying to remember the combination of meats. They said something like 3 of these and 3 of these and 3 of these. And instead of learning it, my brain was like "remember this oh god you have to remember this, don't forget this, what's this meat called, where's it located on the counter, oh crap what sandwich are we making, oh crap I'm going to lose this job, what will I do when I get fired, oh this place is hiring maybe I can get a job there" I held the job for 3 days and got fired for "not learning fast enough". Being fired from a minimum wage job made me so depressed I considered suicide. This isn't an easy thing to live with.

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