r/adhd_anxiety

18k subscribers
created in 2015
last scan 7/18/2019


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.
https://reddit.com/r/adhd_anxiety/
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