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5 Reasons Why You Should Attend the 2019 International Conference on ADHD

I went to the 2018 International Conference on ADHD, and I feel it is my duty to encourage you all to attend this year’s conference. Trust me. You won’t regret going. 1. TRIBE TIME via GIPHY As an ADHDer, there…
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A Mothers Love is The Best Treatment

By: Elizabeth Diep I am a mother, wife, sister, cousin, and aunt  of adults and children who have ADHD.  I've only recently been aware of what it is and how all the people in my circle have been affected. My daughter is the…
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Believe that ADHD Can Lead You to Beautiful Things

By: Janet L. Schmidt Élise Gravel is an award-winning children’s book writer and illustrator who lives and works in Montreal, Quebec in Canada.  She was born in Montreal and started to draw not long after she could hold a crayon. …
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My Wife Thinks I’m Losing It

By: Marty Levine I learned I had ADHD when I was 85 in 2015.  My wife kept complaining that I was losing "it". She thought I might be developing Alzheimer's.  So, I phoned the Veterans Affairs and told the young lady, "My…
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Staring Me in the Face For Forty-Nine years!

By: Michael I was diagnosed with ADHD around 7 years old and put on medication but only for about a week. This was over forty years ago so I don’t have a clear memory of it.  My parents told me…
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It’s So Hard to Leave the Nest

By: Chris I left "the nest" late in life when I got married at 36! I set very high standards for prospective mates and in doing so I passed on many now successful men who loved me.  Luckily, and thanks to…
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I Wasn’t Crazy After All

By: Lindsay I am a seventeen-year old girl, I’m pretty sure I’ve had ADHD my whole life. I was diagnosed as a small child and prescribed medication to help me with concentration as well as to prevent my harming myself…
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