Attention Deficit Disorder: Here's Why Many With ADHD Can Seem Quick to Anger by Brian King

Many children, teens and adults with ADHD can appear to have a short fuse. Maybe it's because we're impatient, too sensitive or just impulsive.

I suggest to you it's for another reason. One that many of the "experts" miss and those with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder likely aren't aware of themselves. That is until I teach it to them.

I decided my clients should no longer be the only ones that benefit from this important insight. So in the video shared here, I explain to you what I've found is often the reason those with ADHD can be so quick to anger.

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