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Sympathize With Daily Struggles Of People With ADHD In 20 Lovely Comics By An ADHD Artist

We have seen comics and illustrations about marginalized communities such as Black or Asian people. Now, how about comics about a mental disorder created by an artist diagnosed with it as well?

Check out Mostly ADHD Comics, an Instagram page where comics depicting the life of a person diagnosed with ADHD are created by an artist with ADHD herself. Starting just almost 2 months ago, Mostly ADHD Comics has gained over 15K followers thanks to lovely drawings and a bubbly art style. They give an accurate description of how a person with this disorder struggle with her/his life every day.

ADHD is a disorder relating to the neurodevelopment of a person, occurring commonly in children that have been exposed to risks during pregnancy. People diagnosed with ADHD usually have difficulties paying full attention and controlling their behaviors. Adults could also have ADHD but many of them are not diagnosed and treated properly.

Knowing this, an adult artist diagnosed with ADHD at the age of 26 has decided to draw comics about her symptoms. She hopes to make people have a better and clearer understanding of this disorder.

Scroll down to see 20 vivid comics created by Mostly ADHD Comics to get more insights about how this disorder affects your children and fellows!

#1 Get more educated about ADHD

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#2 Daily struggle: short attention span

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#3 Once I have been mentally prepared for a task, the process of carrying out the task is much easier

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#4 Zoning out

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#5 The wheel of emotions

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#6 I don’t think it’s the same room

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#7 Sticking to a hobby is hard, but it doesn’t mean you are not capable of doing it

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#8 That day is near…But how near is it?

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#9 The pie chart of my “productive” day

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#10 This is not the full description of ADHD, but use this to elevate your knowledge of this syndrome

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#11 Can’t decide

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#12 Relaxing while panicking

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#13 How I cope with sleeping difficulties

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#14 Socializing is still a fear

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#15 Practicing an instrument may get boring, but the effort will be paid of!

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#16 Busy day

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#17 How depression takes over us…

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#18 But we can fight against it!

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#19 We can get through this together

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#20 Celebrate any small achievements!

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