Julia Fox opens up about difficulty managing her ADHD and OCD

Julia fox opens up about difficulty managing her adhd and ocd

The Independent published this video item, entitled “Julia Fox opens up about difficulty managing her ADHD and OCD” – below is their description.

Julia Fox has opened up about mananging her day-to-day life with two mental health conditions.

Responding to a fan who asked her if she would make a video about “navigating” her career “while being neurodivergent,” the actor, 32, said she suffers from both attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD).

Posting to TikTok on Saturday (1 October), the Uncut Gems star said: “I have bouts of great productivity, where I’m on top of the world, and just feeling like I am invincible. And then I have moments of deep, deep, deep, stagnant type of feeling. Like I just can’t f**ing move.”

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