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rednebMT
12-08-08, 05:20 PM
From Dr. Allen Walker: my ADHD specialist
http://www.louisvilleadhd.com (http://www.louisvilleadhd.com/)

25 Things to Love about ADD/ADHD:


· Generosity with money, time and resources.

· The drive of hyperfocus.

· Resiliency.

· A sparkling personality.

· Insomnia makes for more time to stay up and surf the net.

· Ingenuity.

· Always being able to provide a different perspective.

· Willingness to take a risk.

· Making far-reaching analogies that no one understands.

· Spontaneity.

· Possessing the mind of a Pentium – with only 2 MBs of RAM.


Pleasant and constant surprises due to finding clothing (or

money or spouses) you had forgotten about.

· Being Funny

· Being the last of the romantics.

· Being a good conversationalist.

· An innate understanding of intuitive technologies, such as computers or PDAs.

· Honestly believing that anything is possible.

· Rarely being satisfied with the status quo.

· Compassion.

· Persistence.

· Joining the ranks of artists, musicians, entrepreneurs, and other creative types.

· A strong sense of what is fair.

· Willingness to fight for what you believe in.

· Excellence in motivating others.


Being highly organized, punctual, and generally responsible (OK, so we lied).

CityAtNight
12-27-08, 01:25 AM
From Dr. Allen Walker: my ADHD specialist
http://www.louisvilleadhd.com (http://www.louisvilleadhd.com/)


·Possessing the mind of a Pentium – with only 2 MBs of RAM.



I simply LOVE that one! It's really got me laughing!

Destracted_UK
12-28-08, 09:30 AM
^^ me too, so true :)

PrincessSwan
12-28-08, 09:38 AM
The innate knowledge about computers and PDA's isn't true. I don't have a clue >:}

Driver
12-28-08, 10:55 AM
·Possessing the mind of a Pentium – with only 2 MBs of RAM.




Nah not the Pentium, it couldn't multichannel instructions and have poor branch prediction. Our brains are more like the cell processors of the PS3. :)

despratehowswif
02-12-09, 04:54 PM
Sounds like you have a GREAT Doctor! Someone who really gets it! Lucky you!:D

RedSkittles
02-20-09, 10:35 PM
lolz such a stretch... in a good way

Lost4815
05-10-09, 01:05 PM
Just described my life to a tee, how incredible!

While I may be networked to a PS3, my brain is still running on 2mb.

Also, yay overly long and complicated analogies! That sounds about as likely as Tom Sawyer doing quantum equations on the nature of hypertime while eating twinkies on the moon...or maybe not:confused: