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September 03, 2010

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Rhonda Davis

Thanks Ariane, lots to mull through here.
Those that effectively work to live well with ADD and creativity have a lot to offer our current go go go do do do society indeed, providing good life boundaries and skill sets are developed and put in place.

Danielle

i think i have ADD!! your article explains how i feel so well, the sense of being lost and stuck...

Valerie

Some great info here. You have been publishing some interesting posts recently!

Rachel

I know a number of high functioning adults who have ADD. It often takes these people longer than others to find their "calling" in life, but when they do they are just as successful as other people, if not more successful, because often they have searched and worked harder than someone who does not feel they are trying to overcome a perceived handicap. There are many career paths that are perfectly suited for this type of personality.

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