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Everyone is CRAZY in their own way

the older i get, the more i realize every human is crazy in some form or fashion. Even the people we perceive as 'normal' have a crazy facet tucked away somewhere that will peek its head out on occasion.

Just makes me chuckle somtimes when i think about it - especially since we ADDers tend to corner the market on thinking we're the only ones that are coockoo (is that's how 'koo koo' is spelled?)

Added by Chief 45 on February 14, 2009 at 7:49pm — 2 Comments

Procrastination pisses me off !!!

Yup -that's right.

in the last week, procrastination has literally cost me HUNDREDS of dollars. Here's a sampling:

- got pulled over by police when he noticed i had an expired registration sticker on my car (he must have x-ray vision to have seen it...anyway). Oh, my license was also expired - cha-ching -- tkt for $250

- and he made me get my car towed across the street because my car wasnt registered and i didn't have a license; so i could get my emmissions tested… Continue

Added by Chief 45 on February 10, 2009 at 8:01pm — 5 Comments


Does anyone find that they have bursts of ideas?

I sure do - i carry a digital recorder around so i don't lose any of them. Granted, not all are worth the silicon they're recorded on, but i try to capture them all. and they range from simple to-do list items to complex solutions to issues that involve multiple, diverse components that don't seemingly/logically beong together.

i also find that i'll make a suggestion at a mtg at work and i'll get the WTFAYTA look from the… Continue

Added by Chief 45 on October 28, 2008 at 8:14pm — 6 Comments

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Writer's Doubt is not specifically about ADHD. It is about how I, with ADHD, overcame doubt and became a prolific writer. For anyone who has ever felt doubtful about what they are capable of.


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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