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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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ADHD: The Good and the Bad

By: Dotti  I don’t want sympathy. I just want to share my perspective about ADHD. I’m 32 and I have two amazing little girls. They love their wonderful papa and gorgeous mum, bless their hearts. I’m currently doing a degree in nursing. I have ADHD combined-type. I hate the city and urban life. I feel overwhelmed from information overload. And I feel the stares and emotional rejection. Needless…
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Adults with ADHD and the Sleep Problems They Face

It’s widely acknowledged that experts are working hard to explore further the ties between ADHD and sleep, but until then, people living with the condition are looking to discover useful tips and information that they can use to reduce both…
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We Get By With A Little Help From Our Friends

Interview by Annette Tabor If you’ve had an ADHD diagnosis, you remember it. We all have our story about when, where, what and how we received our diagnosis. These stories help define who we are and what things are important…
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What Is It About the Talent Show?

The Talent Show, at The 2018 International Conference on ADHD in St. Louis, Missouri  By Dean Solden “What is it about the Talent Show, ” I ask myself as I pack up the electric keyboard into its hardened, unbreakable case,…
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An “Aha” Moment Hits the Right Note

By Annette Tabor Mark Stenson had his “Aha“ moment 22 years ago while walking up and down the aisles of Barnes and Nobles and found a book entitled “ADD and Creativity” by Lynn Weiss. He immediately started reading the book…
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