Discovering you have ADHD late in life is a mother f*cker.

At the age of 48, my world was turned completely upside down when I received the life changing diagnosis. If you're in the same boat, and you're looking for connection or resources, you've come to the right place.

Late to My Own Party offers personal reflections on life with ADHD, resources and information you might find helpful, and a community of people just like YOU who are here to support you in your ADHD journey. Or, maybe you've got a friend, family member, colleague, or loved one with ADHD and you just want to understand them better. I appreciate and welcome you here, too.

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Vanessa Torre

Host of I Hadn’t Considered That, a podcast about navigating life and the world around us. Writing about midlife on Meeting in the Middle and late diagnosis ADHD on Late to My Own Party. Top 10 feminist writer on Medium. linktr.ee/Vanessaltorre