ADHD Quotes

Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best ADHD Quotes from famous persons: David Satcher, Robert Kennedy, Jr.,, Jaime Winstone, Solange Knowles. The wide variety of quotes available makes it possible to find a quote to suit your needs. You’ve likely heard some of the ADHD Quotes before, but that’s because they truly are great.

We believe that more than 4 percent of the children in

We believe that more than 4 percent of the children in this country suffer ADHD… We want to know how to better identify and refer children for treatment.
David Satcher
There is abundant science out there that connects mercury exposure in vaccines to not only autism, but to ASD, to SIDS, to ADD, ADHD, language tics – which is like Tourette Syndrome – OCD, asthma, food allergies, and diabetes.
If you listen to the songs I write, they are the most ADHD songs ever. They have five hooks in one and it all happens in three minutes.
Working is the best thing for me because I’m borderline ADHD, so I need some kind of focus or I go a bit extreme. I need work to keep me sensible.
Jaime Winstone
I was diagnosed with ADHD twice. I didn’t believe the first doctor who told me, and I had a whole theory that ADHD was just something they invented to make you pay for medicine, but then the second doctor told me I had it.
I know what’s it’s like to grow up with ADHD and how important it is for parents, caregivers and patients, to have access to accurate information.
Ty Pennington
I am not much on down-time. I’m ADHD, and I gotta be moving.
That’s the problem with ADHD: I have no focus; I get bored.
When I was at school you never heard the word ‘ADHD.’ We didn’t even heardyslexic‘ at school. There was really nothing on offer. It wasn’t on the planet as far as we were concerned.
I have late onset ADHD. I take on too much and end up spinning plates, but it’s entertaining, and it helps you make quick connections if you’re a comedian, if you have a brain that can dance around too much.
The problem stems from the ADHD. The nutty behavior. You have got all this energy going and you can’t focus on anything. It’s like games at school – like football. I couldn’t play because I couldn’t understand the rules. I couldn’t get offside. I just couldn’t take in the rules.
I saw a psychiatrist when I was younger because I had ADHD, and I had some problems with authority, so I guess I can kind of relate to that in a way. I know what it’s liked to be probed and to be asked questions where people are looking for a certain answer and are trying to pull something out of your answer.
Especially when I’m nervous, my mind is running a mile a minute. My ADHD speaks for me before I can speak for me.
I think I’ve got some actor’s form of ADHD. I just can’t do the same thing day in, day out.
I was a child actor. I was this spaz kid diagnosed with ADHD, and I worked all the time.
Increased physical activity during the school day can help children’s attention, classroom behavior, and achievement test scores. Meanwhile, the decline of play is closely linked to ADHD; behavioral problems; and stunted social, cognitive, and creative development.
What I would tell a kid with ADHD and dyslexia or someone who struggles with anything in life is this: ‘When you put your mind to it, you can do anything.’
Sting and I have six kids between us. A lot of members of our family have ADHD and dyslexia.
I had a ton of energy, ran around like crazy – more than a handful for my dad. I was crazy. Dad barely handled it. I was never diagnosed ADHD or anything like that, but I’m pretty sure I had it when I was younger. It’s the only thing that would explain me getting into trouble all the time.
I’ve got ADHD, and my whole life, people thought I was some kind of troublemaker because I had all this energy.
I’ve tried many times to set out the case against the wicked fantasy of ‘ADHD,’ which usually earns me nothing but ignorant rage in return.
I was a very focused kid. I always had this crazy lifestylebillions of jobs, two hours of gymnastics every day, handball, anything with a ball, really. I must have had ADHD or something. I was very energetic, and very small. I didn’t start growing until the last year of high school.