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Name: druboo2002
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I've read so many messages and I must say I am now thankful for my daughter with ADHD. Some of the things I've read have made their children out to be little monsters. Don't get me wrong I do have days that I'm out of my mind with frustration and don't know what to do with her. I can now say that she isn't that bad a kid. My main struggle is helping her get through life, how to keep her room clean, to remeber daily hygiene, stay focused and on task, homework etc. I'm sure their will be a day that I'm here pulling my hair out and I'm not trying to say that anyone is overexaggerating their response to their own child. I would just like to state that I thought I had it bad, but apparently not as bad as some of you. I'm thankful that my child is the way she is, and can honestly say that reading in this forum has been an eye opener.
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Name: Lisa Thyr | Date: Sep 19th, 2006 4:38 AM
I am also thankful for the way my 8 year old is it's just sometimes it helps to know that there is someone out there that is going through the same thing . Everyone is different and I'm glad that this sight has helped you to see that you aren't as bad off as everyone else!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

Name: chrys basnayake | Date: Oct 4th, 2006 3:35 PM
Hi. I just want to say, I agree with you. My daughter is 14 and I have to say she was worse when she was smaller. I only have problems with trying to train her to organise herself and not forget important things. That seems to be her difficulty right now. she became happier and easier to deal with when I found out she had ADD and changed my attitude to a more helpful and supportive role. My biggest problem is getting the school to understand and support her now. Chrys 

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