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Among the respondents, anxiety and depression were the most common issues, together comprising over 44 percent of reported mental disorders.I once dated a guy who, respectfully, asked what it was like to live with ADHD. “Well, here are all the reasons my diagnosis is real,” I started to say, recounting my difficulties focusing and keeping track of things and friendships and time. The truth is, he was understanding, but in that moment I realized how sensitive I had been—my biggest fear was being labeled “crazy.” I was terrified that a guy I liked would be scared away when he spotted my pill containers.Now I’m still terrified, but at least I know I could never be with someone who can’t handle the difficult parts of me. I'm 36, single, live in Brooklyn, and work in publishing.I love gloomy Victorian novels, obscure Korean horror films, Premier League soccer, and knitting.