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.

Please share your thoughts below after watching the video. This video is longer than 30 seconds, but we think it's worth it. 

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Ann Marie Patitucci
So helpful! Thanks, Brian!
Brian King
I'm grateful you enjoyed it Ann Marie

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