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Frank's an ex-TV writer, now sandwich-generation ADHD homemaker with a wife, two kids, a dog, and an eighty-something mother-in-law in a house that won’t stay clean. He writes here to try to figure out what’s going on there.

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Archives: October 2010

posted: Monday October 25th - 4:30pm

My ADHD Doesn't Always Let Me Down

Who says ADD/ADHD symptoms have to be disabilities? Having to learn to cope with my stammer, poor word retrieval, and memory problems has been surprisingly helpful in helping me relate to my aging parents.

These men carried deep wounded feelings beneath the tough exteriors (or so I thought), but they taught us that the only unforgivable sin was self-pity. - Pete Hamill, A Drinking Life Not too long ago, my elderly father cracked his skull when he fell on his head in the middle of having a stroke. He is now recovering from the trauma of the stroke, the accident, and brain...
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