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Name: yellow
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i grew up with adhd and now my child has been diagnosed with the same thing. I am very worried, even though I know exactly what he's going through. It just seems that people really put ADHD sufferers in a box for their whole lives, especially childhood. I was always known as the overactive child. How can I keep my kid from being defined as that too?
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Name: tara | Date: Jul 5th, 2005 2:38 AM
my 9 yr old has adhd .its hard theres no parents classes to help parents controll there anger when he acts up...whats up with that?no help but to only mrd him up 1 ce a day...the am before he takes his meds is baddddddddddd....help! 

Name: jemma | Date: Jul 18th, 2005 4:02 PM
hi im jemma i am 10 i have ADHD i am looking to talk to freinds with the same thing as me 

Name: chan delancy | Date: Jul 19th, 2005 12:37 PM
hi i am 14 i ahve had adhd since i was 6 please find a cure and soon so i dont have to take medication 

Name: liam | Date: Sep 1st, 2005 5:13 PM
if u have trouble talking to peps join my group to chat to peps with adhd the site is http://groups.msn.com/peoplewithADHD 

Name: justin | Date: Sep 3rd, 2005 2:37 AM
hi Jemma I have ADHD too I would love to talk to you, iam 10 too 

Name: Ruth | Date: Sep 13th, 2005 2:44 PM
Tara my son is almost 15 and has had ADHD since age 4. I have been trying award system plus his meds and so far it seems to be working. It can be somthing very small like ice cream. He has learned to control some of hes emotions but still has a long way to go. If you want to talk more Please email me at [email protected]


Name: kendyll | Date: Feb 13th, 2006 10:56 AM
maybe u should talk to ur kids not to other parents, this is a different time with different thingds going on talk to kids with the diseease. 

Name: emt71 | Date: Feb 14th, 2006 1:06 PM
I know what you mean I'm a mother who has adhd to. My 7 yr. also has adhd. I think all we can do is just get all the support to help them. Although growing up I didn't feel like I was in a box. I was lucky enough to go to a good school that understands a child with adhd. But I also think it is easier for a girl then a boy. Boy's are genneraly more active and on top of that having adhd just makes it more hard although my son is inpulsive thinks nothing of tackling some one not realizing he is in dangering someone. I was never like that as a child a just ran circles. I was real good at cross country and my mom really suported me for that. So maybe if your child finds something like that she might feel good about herself . She might not feel like she lives in a box. I know we all have a long road ahead of us and sometimes we will be disappointed and upset that are child has to suffer with adhd but we can take are exsperince to help them have an easier life. All we can do is take it day by day. I hope I helped alittle bit. 

Name: jane | Date: Feb 27th, 2006 4:52 PM
please talk to me on the msn and i will tell you about what happned 

Name: lil c | Date: Mar 6th, 2006 5:40 AM
wat the hell 

Name: kelly | Date: Apr 2nd, 2006 7:23 AM
I love taking A's because they make me feel like a human. 

Name: natasha | Date: Apr 4th, 2006 5:29 AM
i have adhd and it is hard if i don't take my meds because i have a behavior problem like i curse ,don't pay attention and eat about 7 meals before dinner. 

Name: chloe | Date: Apr 19th, 2006 7:51 AM
to olivia are you having a good time. 

Name: rebecca | Date: Apr 30th, 2006 9:27 PM
i am growing up realy quick i always do i also got a rely tall boyfreind 

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