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Adults with ADHD are losing work and money

A picture of a man standing outside his unfinished home.
A picture of a man standing outside his unfinished home.
(AP Photo/Josh Anderson)

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  • Tracy Cook Gilbert Special Needs Kids Examiner 5 years ago

    I was diagnosed as an adult, when my son was diagnosed at age 10. Medication for ADD, was like someone with poor vision getting glasses. Suddenly, the 'spinning' stopped, I could start (and finish) things, and life became super smooth. I was actually a tad angry that I could have had 'smooth' all my life if someone had noticed that the nickname 'spacey tracy' may have been sadly accurate!!! If anyone is debating medication for themselves, or their child, I would recommend trying different medications to see how they make you feel. I wish I had been given the option much sooner.

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