ADHD Memes (List)

This brief blog aims to provide you with some ADHD memes which have been curated from reputable third-party websites.

ADHD is a psychological disorder. Its full form is Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.

These memes would help you feel better and add to your humor.

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ADHD Meme: The one really important thing I need to remember; bubble, me, ADHD.

ADHD Meme: One does not simply “just focus more”.

ADHD Meme: I don’t plan to stand out, I just do it.

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ADHD Meme: When a good friend tells you and your spouse there’s no way your kid has ADHD, it’s all a big scam.

And you both know, “We will never speak o you again”.

ADHD Meme: “I’m going to dash out and buy snacks for the month!”… he said for the fifth time this month.

ADHD Meme: If at first you don’t succeed… WOAH! HOLD ON! There are people who succeed the first time they try something!?!? No fair!

ADHD Meme: Five signs you have ADHD: 

1.Total Genius

2. Brilliantly Witty

3. Gorgeous

4. Beloved by All

5. Poor at Self Assessment

Rick Green

ADHD Meme: Finish what I start?… Why?  

ADHD Meme: I forgot to take my ADHD meds on Thursday.

ADHD Meme: When I give a talk about ADHD no one is more curious to hear what I’m going to say next than me!

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This page mentioned some ADHD memes that were curated from reputable third-party websites.

These are humorous and fun.

Furthermore, if you are suffering from any kind of mental disturbance, including ADHD, do not hesitate to consult a psychologist, therapist, or psychiatrist. Your mental health is important.

For people under age 18, NHS can help with mental health struggles. CAMHS referral criterion is another source of identifying if you have any mental health issues.

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