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Is adult ADHD real?


If so, how would you help someone with it function?

 

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    Ann Carr (annart) 4 years ago

    Thanks for the vote phtech; much appreciated!

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    Ann Carr (annart) 4 years ago

    If you can sit down and write such well-presented, well structured thoughts in a hub (which you do) then your ADHD is not preventing your success. I'd be interested to know how you create a hub - a few sections at a time or all in one go?

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    Ann Carr (annart) 4 years ago

    You're so right about the drug side of it. My personal feeling is that ADHD, like so many other things, is an extreme of something we all have in us. We need to treat a person according to his/her needs and that's the main thing.

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