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‘Floordrobe’ Laundry Habit Is A Potential Sign Of ADHD

‘Floordrobe’ Laundry Habit Is A Potential Sign Of ADHD

[ad_1] Do you ever delay putting away clean laundry or unworn outfits from a vacation and instead keep those clothes in a pile on the floor or draped over a chair for many days on end? What about items you’ve only worn once and don’t want to wash but also don’t want to return to your closet because you think you’ll wear them again in the near future? If that sounds familiar, you might have what some call a “floordrobe.” And this manifestation of laundry clutter is quite common among people with ADHD. On April 12, ADHD coach Jeff Rice broke down the phrase in a TikTok video that has been watched almost 5 million times. “A ‘floordrobe’ is a place, typically on the floor, where we leave either clean or ‘not quite dirty’ clothes,” he said. “It can be in a laundry basket that just sits there for days and days or weeks, or it can be in a pile of clothes that you’ve worn for a little while, but they didn’t quite get …