Steve’s Story

This is for chris he is the 18 year old with A.D.D. My name is steve im 33 years old. I have been living with a.d.d all my life, it has made my life fall apart, i have lost every one and every thing i have ever had. when i say this try to understand…

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Robin’s Story

Well today what is on my mind the most is the same thing that has been for the last few days.Since last Friday to be exact, is since I’ve been somewhat troubled. I had gone into a meeting with a couple of proffesionals to discuss my daughters school progress.It turns out she is not doing…

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Robert’s Story

A few weeks ago, I was talking to a friend at school. He said that I had ADD. I just thought he was making stuff up, cause I always thought attention deficit meant you were a neglected child who wanted attention. After watching a show on TV, I figured out a little of what ADD…

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Nicole’s Story

Hi, My name’s Nic and I’m 26 years old. I have recently been diagnosed by a friend as ADD. This comes after many, many years of utter frustration. For the last 7 years I have been treated for depression, and put on antidepressants. When these didn’t work, I took the whole box and ended up…

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Mike’s Story

I am about to turn forty years old, and finally, the travails and difficulties I’ve experienced throughout my life are beginning to make sense! I finally have a name for what has plagued my life. As a child, school became both a salve and a terror for me. On one hand, the challenges provided by…

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Mary’s Story

Ok first of all there will probably be a lot od spelling errors here. I was a special ed student all of my life and never did well in school i an an IQ that would be concered border line of retarted. But i kow i am not. I am do a lot of things…

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Kim’s Story

Hi, I’m Kim. I’m really not sure how to begin this. 25 years of my life I have felt like an outsider looking in.(I am now 26.) I was never comfortable around lots of people and if I didn’t know you well, I’d retreat into my shell. I always felt like my classmates knew something…

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John III’s Story

I was diagnosed with ADD in 1995 in Tacoma, WA. I was having problems with my 1st wife, and I was seeking counseling to try and save my marriage. the counselor heard just about each and every major symptom of ADD there is in the fifty minutes that I sat there and spilled my guts…

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Jo-Ann’s Story

My Name is Jo-Ann, I’m 28 years old. Here a long “Story”: Since I entered the public school system, problems were evident. The Kindergarten teacher noticed that I was seemingly in “my own world” and tended to wander about aimlessly around the classroom. Comments on report cards were: “Doesn’t make productive use of her time”…

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Jessica’s Story

I JUST FOUND OUT ON MY 35TH BIRTHDAY THAT I WAS LIVING WITH ADD. THE AWARENESS ANSWER MOST OF MY QUESTIONS OF HOW, WHY, AND HOW COME THINGS SEEMED TO GO WRONG IN MY LIFE. I AM NOW ON AN MISSION TO RESOLVE MY PROBLEMS BY TAKING STEPS TO CONTROL MY DEFICITS. I AM SEEKING…

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