lararice18

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  • in reply to: Advise for an adult #112921
    lararice18
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    Hi there! Don’t hesitate to tell the doctor the whole story. Anyway, they’re really designed to be so much patient and to be so much understanding towards they’re patients even if you’re planning to tell him your whole story that will start from childhood. 😉

    My husband had that kind of feeling also when I first told him that he should consider having himself checked. We’re already married when he was diagnosed with ADHD. And yes, I was part of the process of him telling the whole story to his doctor.
    I don’t know if I’m allowed to give his personal info but here’s their website ADHDcentre
    they’ve got a contact number there.

    Little courage my dear, I know you can make it. 🙂

    in reply to: Struggling with ADHD as an adult. #76710
    lararice18
    Participant

    Hi Garrett,
    I found a blog on how to deal with ADHD at work https://www.adhdcentre.co.uk/dealing-adhd-work, it help me and I hope it could help you too
    Thanks

    in reply to: Breaking the Cycle of Failure #76350
    lararice18
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    Hey guys,

    I’m so glad to hear your stories too, It’s like my strength to hear your thoughts too, thank you
    btw, I’ve been reading blogs from a website too, https://www.adhdcentre.co.uk/blog/ it really help me alot just like ADDitube website.
    hope it could help you too

    Thank you.

    in reply to: Breaking the Cycle of Failure #76062
    lararice18
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    Yeah, that’s kinda frustrating, I really know how you feel right now, me too, have this kind of thinking why is this happening to me, how I got this kind of disorder, when I was a teen I tend to have those questions on my mind circling everyday until I fall asleep, but my parents are very supportive and guide me to everything I do, its just me that don’t
    have that courage to push through, until I was college, I ask myself what can I do about this disorder, what I did was go with the flow, I read somewhere that so called 5 second rule, it goes like you have that 5 second countdown to push yourself to do one thing at a time, it helps me alot though, until now I’m still doing that rule to get my self doing the thing I want, its on the process, its on the way upward, just think on the bright side of things, I’ve been reading books, doing outdoor sports, I read blogs about this disorder and get insights from, I have to focus to matter what, and pray too..

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