Contextual Disorder = ADD? Does our environment make us ADD?
I want to talk about it, any one else?
An opportunity to share our individual opinions. I want to hear about the subjective experience!
I have just left a thread where some interesting ideas were shared and would love to expound upon them. Apparently the kind of environment can have a direct effffect upon the severity of ADD symptoms.
This is a discussion for people experiencing ADD in themselves or loved ones.
The experts I am most interested in are the members here who experience ADD first hand!
NO extraordinary long articles from "experts" with out information about personal ADD experiences please!
I would prefer to hear about people and how they perceive their own condition (or that of a loved one) if I wanted "expert" ideas of the ADD expereince would go to their WEB site or buy thier books.
Some post borrowed from "Pure ADD" the thread that gave me this idea
Pure ADD thread
Borrwed post from that discussion
I also have wondered how much of the co-morbids have results from being expected to do the impossible for years as a young child. The impossibel for me sitting still!
I think the environment we are expected to perform in has a lot to more to do with how severe our ADD traits are,? Perhaps more so than that we were lead to believe!
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