ADHD girls and women often fall under the radar. Their lives impacted by a society that is largely disinterested in understanding ADHD outside of the male framework. No longer. This book connects the latest science on ADHD in women to the compelling lived experiences of girls and women with ADHD, weaving in their personal struggles and their breakthroughs, from childhood and the teen years through to motherhood, menopause and beyond.
Family doctor, psychiatrist, and international ADHD expert Lotta Borg Skoglund combines years of experience in the treatment and assessment of ADHD with the powerful testimonies of the women she has encountered along the way, exploring issues such as hormonal changes, emotional regulation, organisation and concentration, relationships, work, and treatment. She provides valuable tips, strategies and insights as to how ADHD girls and women can achieve the self-understanding they need to live to their best potential.