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Marcella’s Journey Continues

by Marcella Lowry As a child, I went to a local center for the developmentally disabled. I wasn't disabled, but I knew I was different. Doctors knew I was extremely intelligent. But they didn't know how to diagnose me, either.…
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A Special Gift to Women with ADHD

By: Patti Schwab The newly published “A Radical Guide for Women with ADHD” by Sari Solden, MS and Michelle Frank PsyD  is more than a guide to overcome your struggles with ADHD but insight into living a life free from…
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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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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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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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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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A Life Changing Event

By Jeannette McDonald I realized my life had changed the morning I woke up and the tape that had been playing in my head since I was a young child in school, telling me every day that I was dumb…
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Filling In the Cracks

By R.A. I am a 55-year-old man. I’ve suffered from ADHD all my life, I'm sure of it. Not to go too far into my past, I will say it was quite "unsafe" for a child. I have much anger…
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We Learn From Each Other

Adults with ADHD are always learning about their unique ADHD characteristics. If you can’t change them, you need to find ways to accept them and build new processes to make them work. Learning from each other is one of the…
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