Chapter 6 offers an alternative perspective on ADHD. Based on the assumption that people experiencing symptoms of ADHD have an impaired sense of time, ADHD is examined as a matter of a phenomenological difference in rhythm and a certain being in the world that is constantly out of sync. In situations of clashes between temporal orientations, a kind of desynchronization occurs. The chapter shows how certain practices, what is called “time work”, are performed in order to establish a kind of resynchronization. The chapter emphasizes the intersubjective and intercorporeal aspects of ADHD and suggests that ADHD is not only an individual phenomenon, but rather that symptoms of ADHD appear in relations, clashes, and interactions.