Once thought to be a condition exclusively existing in children, ADHD in adults is a relatively new concept. Often times, people have been suffering from ADHD symptoms for their entire lives, yet went diagnosed due to the lack of awareness of the condition. Adults may not "outgrow" ADHD or learn to cope with the symptoms, leading to difficulties later in life.
Last week, I wrote a Share Post on how to help manage your ADHD child's hypersensitivity. As little as there is written about that subject, even less is known about adults with ADHD and hypersensitivities. It makes perfect sense that a child who is tormented with sensory issues (also known as sensory defensiveness) will grow up to be an adult who…