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martin777
4mo

Man, I wish I’d forget to eat every now and then 😅🙈

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iamaxs
4mo

Never sooo real jaj🫠

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Octagun30
4mo

😂😂

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monkey girl
5mo

Yes for me I forget to respond then it gets too late and then I think they hate me it’s all one big spiral

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beatlesfreak78
5mo

100% 😂

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jusskippy
6mo

So me it hurts!

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6mo

Dude! Yes…

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raptor
7mo

Truthhhhh

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karenJane
8mo

This wouldn’t work for me as clearly I’m too fat for anyone to believe this

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jellybeanqueen
7mo

My doctor wouldn’t believe it either, lol “sorry I forgot to call you back for that referral, if it helps I also forgot to eat today” “ma’am your chart says you’re obese.” Realizing I needed therapy instead of a dietitian was eye opening, but also learning about ADHD related eating disorders in women with ADHD was kind of that missing piece. Binge eating, compulsive eating, obsessive snacking, eating out of boredom and need for stimulation, self medicating with carbs (snacks and desserts often but not always at night) to feel calm, not being aware of internal cues like hunger or feeling full - leading to skipped meals or overeating to the point of feeling “stuffed”… these things are all super common in women with ADHD. Understanding that my struggle was more than just bad habits also meant meeting an ADHD coach who explained to me that my body was trying to give me the fats my brain needed to function better, by giving me cravings and urges for unhealthy things, but what I really needed as a woman with ADHD was a ketogenic diet filled with healthy fats; avocado, nuts, seeds, olive oil, fatty fish, full fat Greek yogurt, olives, coconut oil, cacao nibs, whole eggs, real butter, cheese, those are all believed to be healthy fat sources for a ketogenic diet. I’m still trying to make the ketogenic diet work because it takes planning and consistency, two things we severely struggle with, but on the days when I make healthy fats the biggest part of my diet my brain just feels like it works better. The ADHD coach said it would take time to see the changes in my body, but my reward of less severe ADHD symptoms would come more quickly. Thanks for the laugh <3 and I hope this bit of info dumping brings you comfort on your journey in life.

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firerexy
8mo

For sure relate🫠🤪

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12mcaca
8mo

That’s literally me today, trying to catch up on all my unread messages!😅

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artistdhd
8mo

thank you for reminding me 😂😂

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dustythecowboy
8mo

too real

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krosbo
8mo

Yessssss

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BrazyBarbie
8mo

I wish people understood that

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catnapsallday
8mo

Too relatable hahaha

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stacey4641
8mo

Feel this deep in my soul 😂

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ADHDee84
8mo

me too

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camumu
8mo

Fact lmao

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Flocke
8mo

Same, same as everyday

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adzyir
8mo

Did this yesterday

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MandaLynn
8mo

Totally NOT just you 😅😬

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bad.wolf23
8mo

Me every day

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Smalls93
8mo

Story of my life

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loveslofe93
8mo

Totally get it

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dmtrh
8mo

Oh, feel you:)

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Le1ghanth1a
8mo

Definitely done this before

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zonedout
8mo

well same

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sleepysquirrel
8mo

Literally me

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Camilita
8mo

😂 this is so meeee 💛

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