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It sounds somewhat consistent with ADHD; however, I’m not sure how the difference in diagnosis will be helpful outside of medication. Adhd medications can be quite similar to those for PTSD, GAD and depression, except the ADHD medication carrying the extra pitfall of being highly susceptible for abuse.
Also, your entire post sounds fabricated and I only responded sincerely out of courtesy.
The best you can do is have your doctor send the pharmacy the prescription to pick up. Most doctors only write one month at a time and most pharmacies only fill one month at a time too. I think it’s the law most places.
As for getting them mailed to you, there’s no way in hell, at least not through a doctor. Adderall is a schedule II narcotic. Skirting the system could earn you serious jail time.
Well, it sounds to me like you do. I was in the exact same boat not too long ago. It might be hard, but what you need to do is decide that you will only start things that you will definitely finish. Start small, maybe with something like a short jog. Tell yourself before you do it, “I am going to jog for exactly one mile.” Then do it. Don’t go over, don’t go below. Do exactly what you set out to do, whatever it is. Just keep the goals small and realistic at first and then eventually you can move that habit of finishing things into work and school. I hope this helps. Medication might also help, it helped me quite a lot.
Thank you, I’ll be sure to check it out.