Jeff’s Story

I am 38 years old and was diagnosed when I was 28 with ADD. As far back as grade school I was struggling with reading. Then when they started to add homework in 5th grade. This is when the real struggle started. In sixth grade I was tested for ADD and diagnosed as not having…

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Tabby’s Story

First of all, you are all so amazing to me! To excel as many of you have, in a world where we ADD people are considered lazy and stupid, is a wonderful success! I am a 23yo woman. I have been married to an incredible man for five years. He is the one that made…

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Daniel’s Story

My name is Daniel, I am one of those really strange combinations. I have AD/HD, I was diagnosed with it towards the end of High School. I only read 3 or 4 books that the school picked out for me. (the cay, the Hobbit, Hatchet, and possibly Bridge to Terabithia) Since I had such a…

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Rosemary’s Story

I am a 51 year old woman who went undiagnosed for 49 years. First as a child I struggled with Math, I was a bright child so everything else came very easily. High school was ok but I always felt like I was the odd girl out. I never really felt I belonged any where.…

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Maggy’s Story

s long as I can remember I was the ’emotional one” the “trouble maker”, that one bad kid who never had her homework finished on time, except history class. I got only A+’s on that topic, including names, places, dates etc. Got an IQ test when I was 12, and scored above average. It was…

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Tracy’s Story

Well, where to begin. I was a “dream” child to my parents growing up as I am told as I was extremely attentive, played on my own without bothering anyone as my imagination allowed me to entertain myself for hours. Later as I entered grade school, I was called in during the summer months, and…

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Mike’s Story

I, like so many others, had a hard time concentrating in school and life. I am 24 years old now and have had a heck of a life dealing with it. Beginning from preschool and kindergarden even, my mother says that I was so eager to learn to read. I would come home every day…

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Sheryl’s Story

What to say…hmmm….Lets just say that I have been trying to figure out what has been wrong with me…and at 42 years of age…..(better late then never.) I have finally been diagnosed with Adult ADD this month….and placed on medication (beginning today), I pray this will be a Godsend for me. Here is how is…

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Gracie’s Story

What can I say…Hello, I think I have ADD. I am 33 and I am just beginning what seems like is going to be a battle and I already feel like I am in a full blown war. What is up with people’s skepticism about ADD? Give me a flippin break. I have told a…

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Kristen’s Story

am 22 years old GIRL or well YOUNG ADULT and I have always known that I am very much different then others around me. I have recently studied psychology and when we came to the part about ADHD my life suddenly all made perfect sense. I haven’t gone to a doctor or some professional but…

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