“You” Problems, “Me” Problems, and the Way My ADHD Works…

I have learned to be upfront about my ADHD over the years. So, when I begin a partnership or work relationship, I disclose my ADHD and the symptoms that may manifest while we know one another.

“Before we begin, I need to discuss something with you. I have ADHD. No, it’s not just about little boys and Ritalin. My ADHD is the impulsive and inattentive type. It…

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Jonita Davis is a writer, film critic, and professor. She’s a member of NABJ, AAFCA, a Rotten Tomatoes critic, and an adjunct professor.

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Jonita Davis

Jonita Davis

Jonita Davis is a writer, film critic, and professor. She’s a member of NABJ, AAFCA, a Rotten Tomatoes critic, and an adjunct professor.

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