unstableAngel

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  • in reply to: Empath wife ADHD husband #136487
    unstableAngel
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    Agreed! Also Aj, you state (I think) that empaths feel others pain therefore they do everything to avoid causing negative emotions in others. Yet your reply was combative, condescending & rude, I believe that qualifies as causing negative emotions. You then later state that you no longer allow your wife to behave badly. Hypocrisy comes to mind for some reason 🤔…I’m sorry to tell you this but you’re not an empath yourself!

    in reply to: I get frustrated with fake adhd #136464
    unstableAngel
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    Great read, thanks for sharing! Drs are quick to toss pills at patients & move on to the next. It’s disturbing as heck as putting a child on stimulants when they aren’t needed does harm to their developing brains, it irritates me to no end! I also get the “oh everyone is a little ADD! 🤬 No..no they don’t! I also have Bi Polar 1, Gad, ADD (adult female) and PTSD, fun stuff! I wasn’t diagnosed w/ADD til my 30’s. The stigma of mental illness just sucks.

    unstableAngel
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    He seems nice! 😒 I’ve been lucky, tho I had tosee a different Dr when insurance changed & this guy…well is an ass! Upon asking me to what degree does my ADD affect my daily life on a scale of 1-10 I stated it’s 9-10! To which he replied, “No, because if that were the case you would have been digging around in your purse, walking around my office & touching things, you wouldn’t be able to stay seated. I refrained from saying what I really wanted to say & frankly what this ignorant Dr needed to hear. I did say “NO, see because I am a grown woman not a small child therefore I am capable of remaining seated. And you obviously missed my constant leg swinging & foot tapping. Also if you listened to me I reported that I have ADD nit ADHD. Both of which manifest differently in women & men, women aren’t as disruptive or loud & running about. This guy as well as your Dr have no business treating people w/psychological issues! My suggestion is to find a Dr who either specializes in ADD/ADHD. Or at least it’s in his/her area of study, often seen when looking up Drs info along w/patient input regarding Dr. Pls disregard everything that “Dr” said, ADD can be an asset! We can hyperfocus for hours on things that interest us. We also tend to be “on the ball” in emergencies. Ex. paramedic when others often panic & freeze we tend to “SHINE” Do lots of research, it’s very helpful in putting Drs in their place when you know “whats up!” ALL THE BEST❤️

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