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People with ADHD feel emotions more intensely than do people without the condition. For many, emotional dysregulation and rejection sensitive dysphoria are two of the most difficult symptoms to manage. ADHD impairs the ability to regulate feelings – anger, anxiety, sadness, or other. The result: overblown, extremely emotional reactions to small setbacks or challenges.
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