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One of the great things about being in the ADDitude community is being surrounded by such dynamic personalities each day. Read on for some of these inspiring ADD stories. And, as always, don't forget to Share Your Story with us! (See this month's question below.)

—The editors of ADDitude

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Feature Articles

A Place on the Planet

This inspiring story may help you find the “misunderstood genius” inside of you.

I "Get" Your Son

Read the story of a mom who found an “angel” in her son’s classroom—a teacher who understands her ADD son.

Stimulant Strategies

Here are 5 rules for using AD/HD medications safely and more effectively, including a helpful chart "Stimulants-at-a-Glance."

In the Current Issue of ADDitude

February/March 2005

You’ve Got Adult ADD...Now What?

For most adults, a diagnosis brings a cathartic sense of relief, effective treatment, and the promise of a better life.

The Truth About ADD & TV

Is watching TV linked to a rise in ADD? Before you lock up your set, get the scoop on one of today’s most controversial studies.

Raising the Bar

In the years following his ADD diagnosis, a high-powered attorney made remarkable changes that improved his professional career. We can all learn from his example.

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