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I think that there are many anxiety issues cause and related to ADHD. Ones that can't be posted in the default anxiety boards because of the difference of the cause and thus the different of the way to work around/treat the problem. So I decided to create this sub to discuss ADHD related anxiety and social anxiety issues.
A place where people with ADHD and their loved ones can interact with each other exchanging stories, struggles, and strategies. Weekly threads to plan and notice the positive in our lives. Many of the 400k+ users express they 'feel at home' and 'finally found a place where people understand them'.
Feel nervous and/or shy in social situations? Whether it's approaching someone you're attracted to or if it's giving a presentation in class, everyone gets a little nervous at times. You may have social anxiety however, if you feel like throughout your day you're bombarded by anxious thoughts/feelings during social situations that otherwise seem so effortless for most people. Welcome to the club. This is a community to share strategies and learn from others!
Studies show that women are underdiagnosed with ADHD. For many girls and women, ADHD is dismissed as anxiety or low self-esteem, short-changing us for diagnosis and treatment. This subreddit is a space to share and vent about our experiences.
The Mental Health subreddit is the central forum to discuss, vent, support and share information about mental health, illness and wellness. This sub is moderated by the South Asian Mental Health Alliance (SAMHAA), a non-profit society dedicated to mental health stigma reduction through skill development and community building.
This is a support group for people raised by (or being raised by) a narcissistic parent. Please share your stories, your questions, your histories, your fears and your triumphs. Significant others and friends are all welcome.
AskWomen: A subreddit dedicated to asking women questions about their thoughts, lives, and experiences; providing a place where all women can comfortably and candidly share their responses in a non-judgmental space. As part of our commitment to that mission, the AskWomen subreddit is curated to promote respectful and on-topic discussions, and not serve as a debate subreddit.
Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is rarely discussed in public forums, even though healthy connection to others is an integral part of healing. This is a support community for those who have undergone prolonged trauma and came out the other side alive and kicking, but with wounds that need tending. This is also a place for friends and family of the victims to come for support.
This is a subreddit dedicated to asking women for advice. We welcome anyone seeking advice of a non-professional nature. Legal or medical advice is not permitted, and asking for advice on how to repair the brakes in your car is strongly not recommended. :)
It seems many people who program computers, or do web design, or networks, or something technically computer related also seem to have some form of ADHD. We thought we'd start this subreddit as a forum to discuss techniques we use to cope, experiences we've had, etc. Open to anyone who wants to hang out and be constructive, learn, teach, or offer a helping hand. This is a subclass of ADHD. ;-) All rules from the ADHD forum apply here.