Hi! I am new here, and it feels (although I think for ever

I am new here, and it feels (although I think for every one of you and cheering you on to be your best selves) very soothing that I am not alone in my struggles.
I have been diagnosed with ADHD since I was 15 (now 23), and I can be described as the poster girl for ADHD.
All the symptoms are extreme, and I have friends who also are diagnosed to who I just don't feel I can relate cause they're not as severe.
I have been wondering for a while if I am misdiagnosed, If there is something else wrong with me, as it feels like everyone I talk to who has the same diagnosis just can't relate to my behaviors and struggles.
Does anyone else feel this way?

How is ADHD different in females?
ADHD does not look the same in boys and girls. Women with the disorder tend to be less hyperactive and impulsive, more disorganized, scattered, forgetful, and introverted. “They've alternately been anxious or depressed for years,” Littman says. “It's this sense of not being able to hold everything together.”

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That was info I came across.

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