“Everybody has a little ADHD.” — ADD Tip o the Day 474

“Everybody has a little ADHD.”

Have you heard that before?

Yes, but some of us have a whole lot of it and almost all the time.  That’s different.

The quote above is from an article that actually has some good information and, in my humble opinion, some baloney.

What  do you think?   clik (this is the article)

 

For the ADD ADHD deniers: od yu diblve in dsylexai to??

doug

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a closed mind is harder to open than a closed door.

bonus links:

from totally ADHD, The Funnies

Homey’s planner, a good approach

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4 Responses to “Everybody has a little ADHD.” — ADD Tip o the Day 474

  1. homemakersdaily says:

    Yes, everybody prob ably does have some ADHD symptoms some of the time. BUT – they aren’t constant and they don’t interfere with their life. The truth is, everybody has some of lots of stuff. I have a family member recently diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder. When I read about it, I suddenly feared that I had it, too. I asked my husband. He said no and laughed at me. Whew! But ADD/ADHD is very real and it makes life very hard.

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