I have ADHD and was diagnosed in adulthood so I’m still fully understanding the diagnosis. But I find the most humbling answer for anything when it comes to my ADHD is to be patient. I may not arrive there when I want or expect myself to, but I know that as long as I don’t let my diagnosis define who I am as a person, I can still lead a happy and successful life if I will that for myself. And I kind of use that as it’s own meditation. That patience doesn’t come over night it’s a learned practice and that life is constant and ever changing so I cannot predict when is the right time to adjust to this way of thinking? Instead, I focus on what I can control for myself in that environment.