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Jermaine Pennant thought he was ‘lunatic’ before ‘lifesaving’ ADHD diagnosis 


Jermaine Pennant has revealed he felt like a ‘lunatic’ for making a string of destructive decisions before being diagnosed with ADHD. 

The former footballer, 40, appeared on Friday’s Good Morning Britain to discuss his ‘life-changing’ diagnosis and admitted that it helped him make sense of his past decisions. 

While insisting that he couldn’t ‘make excuses’ for his behaviour he shared his sadness at not being diagnosed until now because it would’ve made his relationships, work and life easier, noting he’s now ‘happier than I’ve ever been.’

Candid: Jermaine Pennant revealed on Friday's Good Morning Britain that he felt like a 'lunatic' for making a string of destructive decisions before being diagnosed with ADHD

Candid: Jermaine Pennant revealed on Friday’s Good Morning Britain that he felt like a ‘lunatic’ for making a string of destructive decisions before being diagnosed with ADHD 

ADHD is a behavioural condition defined by inattentiveness,…



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