Manchester Adult ADHD Support Group

Support group meetings are on the second Monday of the month, 7-9pm.

The venue has recently changed so get in touch with the group at contact@maddchester.com

Details of meetings appear on their web site here. The front page of their site is at www.maddchester.com.

 

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  1. Hi Jackie – I’m 56 and after 40 years of despair caused by work and relationship problems I’ve only just realised I might have add. I’m not hyperactive and I’m reasonably well organised at home, but I have never been able to cope at work despite sincere efforts to learn my job plus good timekeeping’ smart appearance etc. I had bad experiences at school as well, being completely unable to cope with maths but managing to read and write pretty well. Teachers and employers have all thought I’m being deliberately lazy and unco-operative and treated me with contempt and ridicule. My family assumed I was being lazy and a big baby, and this affects how they respond to you – usually with contempt. I am now estranged from them all. I will see my gap on Tues and hope he can help. Wendy x

    Posted by wend | July 9, 2015, 9:10 am

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