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My love letter to #ADHD meds — #GetWell2015 (05/21/2015)

In brief: Counterintuitively, being at a newly decently functioning level thanks to ADHD meds, I haven’t been keeping up with this series. Here’s why and what’s happening! 1,092 more words

Katie Speak

LUPIN @1716 on 22/05/2015

You may retain and add more of it for medium/long term…ref 956+40/4.93/2100/1600 (165/429/1913/1350/927).

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LUPIN @1589 on 11/02/2015

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I wish I had
None at all.

Those wretched things
That make you think (Oh, dear irony!)
That worrying
and being doubtful
are the only reasons… 25 more words

Research on ADD/ADHD and future Dementia has revealed the following

While many of my families of seniors in my care continue to ask if ADD and Dementia are related, the latest research was proposed over four years ago. 232 more words

Elderly Care

Labels, struggles, fears, and food (again).

Today at work I almost passed out. I was in the bathroom, and I was constipated and straining, and then things got swirly, and I got hot and cold, and my vision got blackish and then not black, and I found myself leaning way over and my hands were on the floor, and I was thinking strange disoriented things as if I were having a dream. 1,198 more words


Money Tips for ADD Adults from ADD Adults

I have said in the past that I love . They have great info to help. Click the link to see the Money Tips for ADD Adults from ADD Adults.


Honoring the Passed and Present

Imagine yourself in a multiplex movie theater. Curiously, no walls separate the half-dozen theaters that form the multiplex. Miraculously, you are watching six different screens all at once, thoroughly understanding and enjoying every scene, word, character. 855 more words

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder