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Sarah Christine Gogstetter's Blog – August 2010 Archive (1)

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I have been reading a book on ADD/ADHD that I swear is the most painful book on ADHD I've ever read. It is so condescending and patronizing that I find it painful to read. The author uses words like primitive, and sets some **** standard as to what normal is. As if his way of thinking is superior. It's like saying that because my right arm is shorter, only has four fingers, and no radius that my hand is useless. Yet I became an EMT when I was younger, can hold more things in my right hand than… Continue

Added by Sarah Christine Gogstetter on August 11, 2010 at 6:08am — 14 Comments

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