The American Psychiatric Association estimates that about 5% of children have ADHD. What’s it like for a kid to have this disorder? This video interviews a few young ADHD suffers in order to clear up some common misconceptions.
ADHD symptoms vary from person to person. People with ADHD don’t always show the same behavioral problems. Some ADHD sufferers often feel angry or signal aggression to others around them. However, others simply daydream, but they daydream a lot, meaning they can’t concentrate on work. People with ADHD feel that they are on “the outside,” that the things in their lives are out of their control. ADHD can feel different to different people.