Friendship is deeply important to our well-being. It provides mutual acceptance, warmth, and support between people. It’s a refuge and a place where you can safely be yourself and connect with others. Friends share interests, personal stories, and humor and enjoy spending time together.
Social anxiety and rejection sensitivity dysphoria make it harder for those with ADHD to maintain friendships.
Practicing communication skills assists people in making progress with social interactions over time.
Healthy friendships are a give and take which enrich one’s life in countless ways.