ADHD Rule 13. Be social


Most people with ADHD are introverts who want to be left to do their own thing. This isn’t always the case, but it usually is.

You probably spend a lot of time thinking about stuff, taking care of your own needs, working, and just generally trying to get by in life. I realize that this leaves very little time for socializing.

But, here’s the thing:

You have to make time to be social, or your life will suffer in big ways.

I’ve always found that spending time with positive people who like to joke around, have fun, and not gossip actually gives you more energy in life.

Socializing with the right people is amazing for managing your ADHD symptoms.

If you don’t have good friends, that’s okay. I know where you can look at:

Comedy clubs, fitness classes, gyms, health and wellness seminars, local events, recreational sports leagues, music festivals, etc.

These are all excellent places to connect with positive people who are trying to enjoy high-quality experiences in life.

Going out to bars and nightclubs can be a lot of fun too, but it’s harder to find quality people at these sorts of venues.

Just know that wherever you go, most people would love to talk to you. But, most people are also scared of approaching others and making the ‘first move’.

So, it’s up to you to take the initiative to approach others wherever you go, talk with people, and be a social human being. It’s in your nature. You have to do it.

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