Yukina Kinoshita’s “Confession Series” Drew a Lot of Attention Even Though She Came Under Fire for Publicly Announcing Her ADHD | FRIDAY DIGITAL

Yukina Kinoshita’s “Confession Series” Drew a Lot of Attention Even Though She Came Under Fire for Publicly Announcing Her ADHD

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Yukina Kinoshita’s “Confession Series” on her YouTube channel has been well received. Will she be able to continue on her path to becoming a popular YouTuber?

Former TV personality and YouTuber Yukina Kinoshita has released a new video titled

Yukina, a former celebrity and YouTube star, posted a video titled “I have something to tell you as an ADHD sufferer”

Yukina posted a video called “I have ADHD and I want to tell you about it.” At the beginning of the video, she says that the previous

“Yukina Park’s Confession” was well received.

was well received, she explained that she decided to put it out as the second installment of the confession series.

This time, the story began with Kinoshita herself as having ADHD (developmental disorder). According to the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare website, ADHD is defined as

Compared to the developmental age, ADHD is characterized by restlessness, inability to wait (hyperactivity-impulsivity), difficulty in sustaining attention, and frequent errors in work (inattentiveness).

The site says, ADHD is a very important factor in the developmental process.

Kinoshita said that she had his brain waves checked at a clinic called “Brain Clinic,” and she showed a result chart with brain waves marked in various colors and explained.

She showed the chart and explained, “What made me laugh was that my brain was congested. The frontal lobe is not working. It’s red!”

She said excitedly. She also said.

I don’t have my wallet, I don’t have my cell phone, I forget everything.

However, she thanked his manager and staff for their support as she is a TV personality. She also commented on her boyfriend, soccer player Hidetoshi Miyuki, saying, “In my case, my partner understands me.”

In my case, my partner understands me and says, ‘I like you because you’re you, Yuki.”

She is lucky to have the right people around him, but he is also grateful for the opportunity.

But she revealed a case of failure: “In my previous marriage, he (Toshifumi Fujimoto) got on my nerves and annoyed me.”

On the other hand, she said, “I know you show a lot of charm. I think it’s not so bad.”

She also said, “I don’t think there’s anything wrong with that.”

At the end of the video, she makes a double peace with a big smile on his face and seems to be planning something with people who are suffering from ADHD, saying, “I’m planning a special program on ADHD.”

She is probably sticking to her “confession series” because she realizes that YouTube cannot get enough views unless she sells herself. However, it is worrisome that she did not say that she had been diagnosed with ADHD by a doctor, although she did say that she had checked her brain waves.

The day after the video was released, “Yukina Kinoshita” was trending on Twitter not with voices of concern or support, but with those of backlash.

I hate people who use developmental disabilities as a shield. Developmental disabilities are not an excuse.

My son has ADHD and learning disabilities, but he’s doing the best he can while valuing what he can do.

Criticisms are pouring in on social networking sites and YouTube comment sections.

Regardless of the backlash, the “confession series” has been getting a lot of attention, and Kinoshita has been able to make money from the YouTube videos. We may be falling for her tricks!

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