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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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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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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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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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The Long Road to My ADHD Diagnoses

By Tracey My name is Tracey. I am 50 years old. I have ADHD. Getting to where I could say that wasn’t an easy journey. I want to share the story of how I finally got that ADHD diagnosis. I…
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ADHD Diagnosis Her Biggest Gift

by Annette Tabor Each individual with ADHD sees themselves as having their own special qualities. Michelle Price calls herself an entrepreneur and after talking with her I agree with that description! She feels her diagnosis and experiences with ADHD make…
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ADHD… Isn’t That What Kids Have?

By Terrie Lynda King In 1988, my son was eight years old the first time I heard of Attention Deficit Disorder.  After he was "staffed" at school and made to take many tests: eye test, IQ tests, Placebo versus Ritalin test,…
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The Devil Is In the Details

I was diagnosed with ADHD at 36 years old, not long after our 7-year-old son was diagnosed. Although surprised, I didn’t see it as a problem as I had easily taken advantage of my ADHD strengths and was very successful…
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