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Ever get a feeling deep in your stomach The kind that happens when someone says something to you or even does something to you that to put simply ruins your day Imagine having a part of that feeling every day of your life From the first time that the question is asked all the way into dealing with what youre diagnosed with Im talking of course about Attention Deficit DisorderThink about what you would do if someone came up to you and asked Do you have ADD And this isnt in the way that could even be considered a joke they are serious and want to know Now at this point you have to ask yourself Do I Do I have ADD You become confused afraid and frustrated Why would they say that Does this mean that I do have ADD What do I do if I doNow that the question has begun to form you notice thing that you didnt before things that point to the fact that you feel that you do in fact have ADD Now everyone seems to notice and they are constantly asking the same question Not just in their words but with their eyes You have no choice you go to see a professional They take you into an office room sit you down and run you through a set of fairly simple tests and assignments but you are so stress from the entire experience that you cant concentrate and they after what seems like hours they have you step outside to go over their results Meanwhile you are waiting and your mind paces back and forth the thoughts of being diagnosed with this condition You feel like people will continue to treat you like you are different like you condition is insurmountable They give you medicine that is supposed to help but it only can do so much Because to counteract ADD they give you depressants which in
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