Do you ever find yourself nursing old wounds and regrets? Do you wish that people had given you better support? Or perhaps supported you at all, instead of telling you to just try harder?

Do you still have hurts over the way people treated you because of your ADHD? Maybe you were teased or bullied, or singled out as an example. Many of us—especially those of us diagnosed with ADHD as adults—carry a lifetime of baggage with us from hurtful interactions with parents, teachers, bosses, coworkers, romantic partners, and friends.

What about pain you’ve caused yourself and others?

We’re digging into this today with a quote that Dana shares: “Forgiveness is giving up the hope that the past could be different.” Listen in today.

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