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October 05, 2010


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Rhonda Davis

yes, I am finding that just saying "i have adhd" does not resonate as well as saying, i have to do this differently to be consistent, or this is hard for me because xyz and I can do it better like this. When you tell someone you have adhd, they usually start wondering if they have it or if you are going to explode next time there is a crises, or if you can even do anything well at all. Truth is, I haven't changed much, still have a good mix of strengths and weaknesses, I just now know I have adhd, so it gives me a more focused direction to work on the issues I have actually been coping with all my life, and the ability to connect with others having similar struggles.

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