People with ADHD experience time differently

Time is fuzzy for ADHDers. We overestimate how much we can get done in a certain amount of time and underestimate how long things will take.

Combined with procrastination, an ADHDer can have a very difficult time getting things done on time. It’s important to note that time-blindness is not a lack of responsibility.

It’s not our fault. But it is our responsibility.

  • Jessica McCabe

One way to combat the effects of “time near-sightedness” is to do as much as you can in advance to make use of the cool executive function system.