For women with ADHD

Rediscover support & rediscover yourself: It’s never too late to find recognition and understanding.

Letterlife offers a welcoming community where age and diagnosis don’t matter. Connect with peers and share your journey, swap stories, and discover new strategies for managing ADHD.

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This app is a lifesaver ❤️ so many others who can relate to each other and give support with just sharing their stories and emotions.

Anna

Letterlife User

This tool breaks new ground in a field of research that has been neglected for too long.

Anki Sandberg

President Riksförbundet Attention

LOVE Letterlife 🩷! Makes me observe what I do, when, and what I should do instead of getting stuck in social media, eating carbs/candy, and so on. Bad habits appear easier to notice with this app.

Cecilia

Letterlife User

From our blog
  • Blog

The Emotional Lives of Girls with ADHD

Unrecognized Struggles Research show that girls with ADHD show fewer externalizing symptoms and more often get an ADD-diagnosis. However, these girls exist and are struggling without being recognized. They experience social and academic challenges, keeping it together in school, exploding at home. The masking and compensating drain their energy, and the meltdowns and tantrums hurt […]

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ADHD – Medication Across the Menstrual Cycle, is Cyclic Dosing a Way To Go?

Many ADHD-women report that they react differently on their medication depending on their current hormonal status. Some have, in collaboration with their doctor or nurse, have tried out a more individualized dosing strategy for their ADHD-medications. They describe how cyclic dosing of their meds give them better functioning and less side effects. But what does […]

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Unmasking the Emotional Depth of ADHD: Exploring Rejection Sensitivity Dysphoria (RSD)

ADHD is a neurodevelopmental condition that affects millions of individuals around the world. While ADHD is often associated with symptoms like impulsivity, hyperactivity, and inattention, it encompasses a range of emotional and cognitive challenges that can be just as impactful. One of these challenges is Rejection Sensitivity Dysphoria (RSD), a concept pioneered by renowned clinical […]