TikTok is obsessed with mom's 'aggressive cooking' tutorials

‘I apologize for whatever it is I did’: People are obsessed with mom’s ‘aggressive’ food tutorials

Let her cook.

On Nov 30, 2023 by Audra Schroeder

worker greenscreen TikTok over text message 'Hi Hope all is well...Unfortunately it's not going to work out at I am going to cut ties. I wish you the best' (l) worker speaking with caption 're: she fired me after telling her i have adhd' (c) worker greenscreen TikTok over text message 'oh right, firing me for mental disability is illegal! very interested to see what happens when the government finds out.' (r)

‘I’m not gonna move on from this’: Server says she was fired over text for allegedly having ADHD

‘How nice of them to give you a free lawsuit.’

On Aug 25, 2023 by Braden Bjella

Job hunter shares how she was ridiculed for asking job to accommodate her 'time blindness.'

‘Don’t alarms kinda do that?’: Applicant says she was ridiculed for asking job to accommodate her ‘time blindness.’ It backfires

‘I have terrible time blindness too but it’s not anyone else’s problem but my own.’

On Jul 16, 2023 by Braden Bjella

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‘Is this allowed?’: Walgreens customer says pharmacy wouldn’t let him pay for his Adderall prescription because he doesn’t have insurance

‘Why in the world can’t we buy medications w/o insurance?! That makes zero sense.’

On Apr 15, 2023 by Braden Bjella

woman speaking in car with caption 'I just watched a man go into his doctor ask for referral for an ADHD diagnosis' (l) woman speaking in car with caption 'and I'm in a 5 month long battle to get the samw thing done for me' (c) woman speaking n car with caption 'and the doctor did it right then and there' (r)

‘I’m in a 5-month long battle to get the same thing done for me’: Woman blames medical misogyny after doctor immediately refers man for ADHD diagnosis

‘This is why self diagnosis is valid.’

On Feb 25, 2023 by Braden Bjella

pharmacist speaking holding up hand making zero with caption 'Drug Shortage Update Part 4' (l) Adderall ADHD medication in bottle on shelf (c) pharmacist speaking with caption 'Drug Shortage Update Part 4' (r)

‘I have never seen this in pharmacy in 8 years’: Pharmacist speaks out about the drug shortage in PSA

‘Everyone in the comments saying switch pharmacies, it’s NOT THE PHARMACY!!’

On Feb 24, 2023 by Melody Heald

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‘I got fired from my job for requiring accommodations’: Worker exposes company HR for not reasonably accommodating her for her disabilities

‘Just because they did not see an external struggle it didn’t mean it wasn’t there.’

On Oct 2, 2022 by Melody Heald

woman looking up to left caption 'POV your 60+ year old coworker turned in a photo of your tiktok to admin to get you fired' (l) woman speaking caption 'When HR fires you over an 'unprofessional' tiktok you made about work & tried telling you #fyp meant 'f you people' which they said was directed at my coworkers...' (c) woman speaking hand up caption 'POV your 60+ year old coworker turned in a photo of your tiktok to admin to get you fired' (r)

‘Never tell a job your personal business. They always use it against you’: Woman says she was fired over a TikTok after her 60-year-old co-worker showed the TikTok to management

‘The very first thing I do when I get a new job is find everyone’s socials and block them.’

On Aug 11, 2022 by Cecilia Lenzen

woman upset speaking caption 'What the $&@? Did You Just Say?!' (l) tiny shopping cart with pills inside wooden blocks 'ADHD' adjacent on light blue background (c) woman speaking upset caption 'I do believe medication for adhd is a cop out. They just need to learn ways to focus better and have avenues to release that energy.' (r)

‘You want a diagnosis so you can just shove pills in your kids’ faces’: Mother says her child’s new doctor wouldn’t give him his medication, sparking debate

‘Within five minutes of being there, this man says, ‘Your son is not autistic and he does not have ADHD.”

On Jun 10, 2022 by Braden Bjella

woman sipping lemonade at Panera caption 'me drinking a large charged lemonade from panera after seeing everyone on tiktok freaking out when they drink it knowing it will do absolutely nothing bc i have adhd' (l) Panera Bread restaurant exterior (r)

‘I had 2 larges today and it literally mellowed me out and made me feel good bc of adhd lol’: After TikTok virality, people with ADHD are gravitating toward Panera’s Charged Lemonades

‘I didn’t feel different.’

On May 31, 2022 by Jack Alban

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‘Wait why is this working?’: TikTokers with ADHD stay on task with co-working live streams

The community feeling is integral to the ability to focus. 

On Jan 20, 2022 by Dan Latu

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A Twitter thread on ADHD is breaking misconceptions about the disorder

The man behind towel meme educates Twitter on ADHD.

On Feb 26, 2019 by Samira Sadeque

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Teachers fired for giving student with ADHD ‘Most Likely to Not Pay Attention’ award

The student’s mom was not pleased.

On May 19, 2017 by Samantha Grasso

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Olympian Simone Biles speaks out about having ADHD

She’s serving as an inspiration for others with the disorder.

On Sep 14, 2016 by Jaya Saxena

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The delicate balance of disclosing mental illness on social media

It can be easier to open up about mental illness struggles online than IRL—if the fear of alienation doesn’t win out.

On Sep 5, 2016 by Maria Yagoda

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