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Old 06-09-2014, 05:05 PM   #1
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I am so thrilled to have found this sight. Finally people that can relate to my struggles with ADD and EFD! I feel like people don't get me and I've been afraid to show my self to others for fear they may judge me. Sometimes my husband even takes it personal if I forget to do something he of asks me or acts resentful for having to "deal" with all my junk. I'm looking forward to finding friends that get me without judgement!
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Old 07-24-2014, 05:22 AM   #2
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welcome and your not alone i have very severe adhd with to many conditions they say are coexisting

learning communication been told by counselor to stop emailing and forums i always **** everyone off in both

till my 40s i tried to pretend and belong with so called normal

now i have a bad attitude of screw it and them

i always embarrass or make my wife mad public and home

relax its normal just drop yer drawers and make yourself comfy in life people cant put up with it to bad

life's to short to try to fit the net and life's box of perfection

hey embarrassment and others are messed up in my adhd case current wife know never say you wont or i bet

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it dont pay to stress and not let the child add adhd has inside us

its a war the fun child or adult i ended my war i have fun let loose

but i keep in bouderys and not being obnoxious rude etc manners

good luck and welcome vent all you want i have had it all i was locked in a closet until i behaved at one school the called behavior mod

uhh no screw my head for life mod

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