ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) is one of the most common childhood mental disorders. Kids with ADHD have problems with inattention and often seem impulsive and restless. If these difficulties are not addressed and managed early, the children may grow to become adults with ADHD symptoms affecting their social, behavioral, and emotional behaviors in a working environment. They may exhibit difficulties remembering information, completing projects on time, following directions and organizing tasks, having shorter concentration spans, and making careless mistakes.
Life has its ups and downs, which can place an individual on an emotional roller coaster. Some days you may feel extremely happy and then there are days you may feel tired, sad, and disappointed. Ideally, both positive and negative emotions can impact your mental health and affect your life in general. Seeking professional counseling helps you learn how to balance your emotions, which could promote behavioral change and improve your mental health.