Miss Caraway

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  • in reply to: Better late than never #130927
    Miss Caraway
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    Hank, I a 62 and was diagnosed 6 months ago. Twenty minutes after my first dose of meds my brain was quiet for the first time ever. It was emotionally overwhelming that first time and I’m thankful I had the day to myself. I’ve joked with my physician that I need counseling to identify and abandon unconscious coping skills. I have recognized that I am grieving for what wasn’t in my life and slowly understanding the positives of my adhd. I could always hyper focus on self learning and problem solving on things that interested me but don’t ask if my house clean and orderly or my taxes are done. I am lucky to have an understanding husband who never knew what he was coming home to and has been financially supportive. I spent years on and off antidepressants with little effect. It was sure hard to go through life being unable to manage the mundane parts of life that others seemed to find almost effortless.
    Corinne

    in reply to: Looking for adults with formal ADHD diagnoses #130923
    Miss Caraway
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    I am female and was Diagnosed 6 months ago at age 62. It has been quite a revelation. Ive begun treatment and would be happy to participate. This may seem rather short but I am typing blind since I cannot see both the key board and the typed words at the same time on my phone.
    Corinne

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