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Believe in Your Strengths and The Value of Your Differences

By Gabriel One of my typical ADHD behaviors in an elementary school classroom was to constantly recline my desk and balance on it.  Teachers would call my attention on this all the time.  Also, I just couldn't keep my shoes on, so…
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In Memory of Robert Petersen

With deepest sympathy.
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Donation In Memory of Robert Petersen

In Memory of Robert Petersen. From your OSGS Family.
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Sorry for your loss (Donation in honor of Robert Petersen)

I'm so sorry to hear about your loss.  Please know that others are thinking of you and your family during this trying time
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Donation In Memory of Robert Petersen

Steve, So sorry for you loss. Our thoughts are with you. The GOES-R Ground Segment Project Staff
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Donation On Behalf of my Son Rishab Sairaj Vogga.

On Behalf of my Son Rishab Sairaj Vogga.
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In Memoriam Donation in honor of Robert Petersen

With condolences, in memory of the son of a dear colleague
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Donation In Memory of Robert Petersen

In memory of our son Robert Petersen.  He struggled with ADHD during most of his adult life.
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To a great lady

Evelyn if your mother was even a little bit like you she must have been a great great lady. I have no doubt she was hugely proud of all you have achieved both in your family life and in your…
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Don’t Give Up!

You can do this. Just being aware of your specially-wired ADHD brain is a huge benefit (85% of ADHD adults don't even realize they're ADHD!). Now it's a matter of learning more about how you best work, what your greatest…
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