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Do you have a family member that suffers from ADHD? Comment on the Blog to show your Support and Share if you can Relate. Some question if kids actually have ADHD or if they are just hyper, but the truth might be shocking. All the kids are hyper, but the difference is that with ADHD the kid never gets exhausted even...
What is your experience with ADHD medications? Show your support by Sharing the Blog! I have a son who has been diagnosed with ADHD. I have never been diagnosed with ADHD but I suffer from anger issues. It is a daily struggle but with medication, it’s becoming a little easier to deal with. I knew when my son was 2...

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Watch this video and leave a Comment to let us know who helped you the most in your Journey fighting ADHD! Tag them to show them you are Grateful! Source: CureUp
What are your Top Solutions that help you cope with ADHD? Show your support by Commenting! I’ve been diagnosed with ADHD and luckily, I’ve found some ways to keep myself busy without the pills. My 5 solutions to help me cope with my ADHD are: Keep myself busy with working throughout the day. My kids help me out a lot, they keep...
How do you manage your ADHD? Show your support by Commenting! Every article about the negative things that can happen to an individual, a woman, with undiagnosed ADHD is me. I could handle it until I couldn’t. Until everything started unraveling before me while I tried to solve myself by self-medicating. I’m educated, after all… I can fix myself! Alcohol? Yep....
Should ADHD be treated with medications? Tell us in the comments! I was diagnosed with ADHD when I was little. My parents would wonder why I was always fidgety and could never sit still. My mom had me put on medication and I was taking them for a while. Read more: How I Cope with ADHD The first time I managed to go a...
What is your opinion on ADHD medication? Would you give an ADHD medicine to your child? Show your support by Sharing and Commenting! ADHD is what people typically see as a hyperactive problem that some have. My brother has ADHD since he was little. The hospital said he most definitely got it from being born at 28 weeks gestation. When growing up, he...
What would you do to Help the people you Love? Show your support by Commenting! If I had a thousand lives to live, in one of them I would search for the cure. I’d be the active pursuer of the one thing that evades the scientists, the ferocious hunter for the missing element, the diligent student of this dreadful disease. I’d pour over...
ADHD (attention deficit hypersensitivity disorder) is one of the most common psychiatric issues affecting the US population.  What is more appalling is the fact that many cases go unnoticed and that it mostly affects the younger population. In the past, most educational institutions had no idea about the symptoms and behavior of a child suffering from ADHD. As a...
1. Not being able to focus. It sucks, I know I need to be doing something but im doing everything but that. If I have to write an article, I’m coming up with 15 other things that I should be doing first. 2. Memory problems. This partly stems from the first one of not being able to focus. I can put...
Someone has told you ‘That’s a Childs Disease’ - $25 Have Difficulty Concentrating - $20 Hyperactivity - $10 Poor Memory - $15 Disorganized - $5 Always have to get up and do something else - $15 Not being detail orientated - $5 Joined an online support group - $10 Looked into an ADHD Clinical Research Study - $5 ...
We're In the process of creating an ADHD E-Book and we're going to give it away for free! CLICK HERE To get it when it comes out!
Hey fellow ADHD’ers! This community is very important to us. We want to help grow it and how we’re doing that is by writing an E-book all about ADHD. We even plan on releasing it for free to anyone that is subscribed to our newsletter! That’s an amazing $10 value! We strongly believe that the best way to deal...
Having a very short-term memory Committing to something before actually thinking it and the consequences through: During class, you always wonder when you can ask to use the restroom again, just to get up and do something. Not remembering why you walked into a room. When you open an email or text message, get distracted, and forget to answer...
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How to Survive a Hurricane? Hurricanes are among the worst natural disasters that affect North and Central America. Being prepared if you are in a hurricane zone can make all the difference. Having a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration radio will help keep you updated in the event of a hurricane or other natural disaster. In this article we will...
ADHD is like an Iceberg. An Iceberg has over 90% of its mass below the surface. Meaning that you don’t see 90% of the iceberg. This is a good metaphor for ADHD as its effects are not always outward facing. You don’t necessarily know all the symptoms that someone might be facing because some of them happen internally in...
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