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Allan Schwartz, LCSW, Ph.D. Updated: Jun 8th 2010

There are many adults with ADHD who come to me for a consultation because they are having difficulty performing at work. These problems occur if the affected person works for a company or owns his own business. In fact, there are many examples of people with ADHD losing their businesses because symptoms interfered. Among their difficulties are completing job tasks, staying organized, getting bored and restless at meetings, forgetting important appointments, and alienating superiors and co workers. Too many times their difficulties end in unemployment, depression and confusion about what went wrong.

Here is a partial list of some of the work related problems of adults with ADHD:

1. Time management
2. Organization
3. Listening and paying attention
4. Following directions
5. Procrastination
6. Completing assignments
7. Attending to details
8. Getting to work on time
9. Interrupting
10. Sitting still 
11. Angry confrontations with superiors and peers.

It should be clear that one result of all of this is that ADHD is accompanied by feelings of depression and low self esteem.

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