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Mike Huber commented on DistractedByShinyThings's group NaNoWriMo Participants
"I've tried a few times. Maybe once I get some help with the ADD I'll manage to do more than 5000 words."
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NaNoWriMo Participants

Are you an ADDer who participates in NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month)?
3 hours ago
Mike Huber commented on kathy keeler's blog post Wellbutrin
"I took it for depression a few years ago. It helped with the "nothing is fun or interesting" depression symptom, which helped me stay on task."
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1 ADHD and Abuse (from other people)

ADHD and Abuse (from other people)

Posted by Paula on March 8, 2013

2 An ADHD Perspective

An ADHD Perspective

Posted by Sel L on June 26, 2014

3 Is there REALLY help out there?

Is there REALLY help out there?

Posted by Greg M on July 15, 2014

4 Day 50 no smoking...

Day 50 no smoking...

Posted by Teri Reiter on July 2, 2014



Posted by zahir ibrahim on October 16, 2012


Is there REALLY help out there? 7 Replies

Started by Greg M in General. Last reply by Greg M Jul 21.

Trying SAM-e...thoughts? 4 Replies

Started by Rachel in Adult ADHD. Last reply by Steven H. Wolfe Jul 16.

ADHD and Abuse (from other people) 30 Replies

Started by Paula in General. Last reply by Megan Noel Jul 16.


Started by zahir ibrahim in General. Last reply by doug puryear Jul 12.

Feeling emotionally detached 25 Replies

Started by Kathryn in Adult ADHD. Last reply by Sel L Jul 11.

Are ADDers Drama Magnets? 58 Replies

Started by Dana Arcuri in General. Last reply by Sel L Jul 11.

An ADHD Perspective 6 Replies

Started by Sel L in Relationships. Last reply by Sel L Jul 11.

Day 50 no smoking... 3 Replies

Started by Teri Reiter in General. Last reply by Teri Reiter Jul 10.

What is Your Opinion on "Drug Holidays"? 29 Replies

Started by Alex Kleinman in Adult ADHD. Last reply by Izzy Jun 22.

Extreme talking to self, conversation planning. Anyone? 36 Replies

Started by Luis Espinoza in Adult ADHD. Last reply by Sel L Jun 21.

Blog Posts - A.D.D. Your Voice

Book Marketing 101 - Enhance Your Publisher's Efforts

congratulations! You have found a publisher well suited to your book. The contract has been signed. You are a published author! What's next? What will your publisher do? What should you do to enhance the publisher's efforts?

Authors covet traditional (trade) publishers because those publishers are experts in taking a book from manuscript to retail stores with perfection. No matter how many articles you might have read about the enticement of self-publishing or "vanity" publishers,…


Posted by Kim Stewart on July 30, 2014 at 4:57am

trying medications for ADD ADHD

ADD ADHD medication question:

Recently posted:

"My doctor is prescribing brupopion for adhd. Is this experimental? Am I a Guinea Pig?" 


Posted by doug puryear on July 28, 2014 at 5:37pm

Taming The Book Proposal

Taming the Book Proposal: The Basics

Oh, that most maddening of documents! For so many of us eager to move forward with our nonfiction projects, it looms large like a guard at the queen's castle, blocking the path to publication. Its perfection eludes us yet it stands there teasing, "Complete me, or your manuscript will never see the light of day, mwahahahaha!"

In truth, that's a lie. Every author has the option of self-publishing. However, there are advantages to writing a…


Posted by Kim Stewart on July 28, 2014 at 6:30am

8 principles of humanity


1. If we struggle and struggle with a problem, and finally find something we can

do that works, the next thing we will do is stop doing it.

2. People will choose up sides, and make it into us against them.

3. People need someone to look down on.

4. People lose sight of the distinction between their opinion and facts.

5. If we are under heavy…


Posted by doug puryear on July 26, 2014 at 1:16pm

ADD ADHD and change of schedule!

I changed my schedule. And Oh, my!

Wake up.

Pills, pills, and more pills.

Kegl exercises (don't ask).

Quiet time.

Check net.

Breakfast and read paper.

Brush teeth.

And so my day is begun –

Change of schedule

But recently I realized that I feel better if I eat breakfast earlier. But that changed everything, and I'm forgetting to do things, forgetting to brush my teeth, forgetting quiet…


Posted by doug puryear on July 22, 2014 at 5:59pm

ritalin, daytrana, sleep?

My Daytrana patch is helping.

This is Ritalin absorbed through the skin. It gives me more control and doesn't have the G.I. side effects I get from Ritalin. But I need to remember to take it off early, so that hopefully I can get to sleep at night (that's another topic).

But I don't remember.  …


Posted by doug puryear on July 19, 2014 at 10:36am

Don't need structure

Escape from structure

Camil and others write about being free of structure, "Relief from all this silly rules." And "Just let my mind fly anywhere it wants to."

That sounds wonderful to me, and now that I'm retired, seems like it could be possible.

Would that work for me?

I don't think so:

1. I do like to be functional and…


Posted by doug puryear on July 15, 2014 at 10:06am — 2 Comments


I am early 50's and recently diagnosed with adult Add. I tried adderall and it didn't work. Messed me up. I have been put on a low dose of wellbutrin. Has anyone else taken this? Did it work?

Posted by kathy keeler on July 15, 2014 at 8:56am — 1 Comment


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Please remember that when discussing medication and / or supplements each member is responsible for his or her comments. Each person's experiences may be different and no one should make any changes or try anything new with regard to medication or supplements without talking to his or her doctor first.




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