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Old 01-08-17, 03:14 PM
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Re: Riding a bike with no hands.

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At this time, I am interested in basic development of human implicit self-regulation. (Hypersensitive emotional temperament or not).


In your opening post you said;

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This thread is meant to promote discussion among members interested in non pharma treatment approaches.

(This discussion is not an anti-pharma thread, this thread is meant for members who cannot use or choose not to use pharma treatment approaches)
I am interested in a discussion of non pharma treatment as I cannot take meds. I am not anti pharma, I meet the set out criteria, but now you're saying the thread is about something else.

Why don't you want to have discussions with people who cannot take meds, aren't anti pharma, and who are interested on non pharma treatment approache(s) (plural?) You say people are welcome to discuss things when you invite us in? I did bring an article right on topic and you ignored it completely.

While gene's are not destiny in how your life turns out the genetic component of adhd has something like a 60% - 80% chance of getting adhd when you are born. So, no one's saying your destiny is failure but often your destiny is a diagnosis.
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