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Adam Paper DollI’m getting married tomorrow and getting nervous. This is my second marriage – his second as well. The first go around we didn’t do the “wedding thing”. I don’t like attention and the thought of all those people watching me/us – makes me really nervous.

I was diagnosed with ADHD about a year ago and I’ve done some research since the diagnosis. What I found out was interesting in that – girls with ADHD are much different than boys. ADHD seems to be far more prevalent in boys because the symptoms are more noticeable and almost demand attention. whereas, girls’ symptoms are almost the opposite. Girls tend to become withdrawn. They are not able to “focus” the same as boys, but instead of being hyper – they never learn the social nuances and become seemingly shy because they don’t know how to interact appropriately. Both sexes spend a lot of time daydreaming.

I’ve always felt extremely uncomfortable in any public or social situation. When I learned this about girls with ADHD it started to make sense. I wasn’t ever able to sit still and focus on learning how to behave in public. I was extremely shy and uncomfortable. So anytime I’m faced with a social function – especially one focused on me – I’m a mess. And that’s where I am right now.

Another symptom of ADHD is the ability to constantly “get off track” – which is exactly what I’ve done!