When you are diagnosed with a neuropsychiatric condition, the first thing you learn is that such conditions are known to exist.
The second is that Tourettes and ADHD are believed to be related.
The third is that a large number of right wing commentators with no training in neurology are willing to pontificate upon whether ADHD should be considered a genuine illness. If I wish to buy a pound of steak, I do not go to my barber. If I wish to buy a copy of St. Augustine's 'City of God', I will not find on at the fishmongers. When I wish medical advice, I will go the doctor, and will avoid reading blogs.
There is much valid criticism to be made of the now widespread use of SSRI medication. I can recall watching Adam Curtis's 'The Power of Numbers', and the complaint of a Prozac user's husband that their wife was no longer the person they once were. This zombiefication into homogeneity of those who sometimes find life more difficult than others, 'Invasion of the Body Snatchers' made reality, is not wholesome; there is no medical cure for being alive. However, it would be appropriate for the right to keep silent about ADHD, and for a concerted medical effort to be made to determine its causes. The doctors, at least, are bound to do no harm.