ADD Forums - Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Support and Information Resources Community  

Go Back   ADD Forums - Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Support and Information Resources Community > CO-EXISTING CONDITIONS > Depression
Register Blogs FAQ Chat Members List Calendar Donate Gallery Arcade Mark Forums Read

Reply
 
Thread Tools Display Modes
  #1  
Old 02-21-14, 02:22 PM
FroGpants's Avatar
FroGpants FroGpants is offline
Contributor
 

Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: US
Posts: 327
Thanks: 632
Thanked 394 Times in 184 Posts
FroGpants is a name known to allFroGpants is a name known to allFroGpants is a name known to allFroGpants is a name known to allFroGpants is a name known to allFroGpants is a name known to allFroGpants is a name known to all
Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria

I found this on the Dodson ADHD Center website....

____________________

I have been specializing in adults with ADHD for 22 years. I have found that some parts of the ADHD syndrome could only be talked about after the person had gotten to know me and see me as a person who liked them just as they were and didn’t see them as flawed or defective. After our relationship developed over time and some trust was established, patients were confident enough to reveal a part of their emotional lives that they did their best to keep hidden. This became such a universal experience that it is now the first trait I ask about on the checklist after the traditional 18 childhood criteria from the DSM IV…


• “Question # 19: For your entire life have you always been much more sensitive than other people you know to rejection, teasing, criticism, or your own perception that you have failed or fallen short.”


Over the last 20 years 99.9% of my ADHD patients have not just endorsed this criterion positively; they have underlined it, put stars by it, and added “This is my major problem!!!”


This is the definition taken pretty much verbatim from an old psychiatric textbook of a technical term called Rejection-Sensitive Dysphoria(RSD).


This, in turn, was the hallmark of an unofficial diagnosis called Atypical Depression. In other words, clinicians only saw what they already knew (depression rather than ADHD) and continued to think in terms of mood but just said it was not typical as compared to other mood disorders.


The reason that it was not typical was that it was not a mood disorder, it was ADHD.


The term dysphoria is literally Greek for “difficult to bear” which should give you some idea about how painfully your husband experiences your pointing out his short-comings no matter how helpful you try to be.


People with ADHD nervous systems often state that this RSD is the most disruptive aspect of ADHD in their adult lives.


They have found ways to manage the ADHD impairments in their academic and work lives.


It is the constant vulnerability to being “wounded” by anyone at any moment that continues to throw them into a tailspin without warning and then disrupt their lives for days with obsessive worry about “what did I do to make them hate me so much?”


It does not even have to be real rejection or criticism (although that is common enough in the lives of people with unrecognized and untreated ADHD).


Perceived criticism and withdrawal of love and respect is just as devastating as the real thing.


Rejection-Sensitive Dysphoria is often experienced as if it were a physical wound. Patients will hunch over and clutch their chests as if they have just been stabbed with a spear in the chest as they recount episodes in which they have experienced RSD.


People tend to react in one of two ways:

If they internalize the pain they can instantaneously drop into a full Major Depression-like syndrome complete with suicidal thoughts and impulses.

The difference, of course is that unlike Major Depression which comes on over weeks to months for no identifiable reason the plunge of RSD is instantaneously complete and clearly triggered by some perceived rejection. Because RSD is always triggered by some event and because the mood shift matches the nature of the trigger, the internalized RSD can be considered a normal mood in every way except its intensity.

The RSD can also be externalized. This usually takes the form of a rage at the person or situation that wounded them so severely. Luckily, this period of rage is usually expressed verbally instead of physically and passes relatively quickly (Dr. Tim Wilens refers to these sudden, short outbursts as a “bottle rocket temper”….fzzzt and it’s over for the ADDer although the rest of us are still getting up off the floor).


**It should not be a surprise then that informal surveys of persons who are court-mandated to anger management classes due to “road rage” or domestic violence have found that 50% of both groups have previously undiagnosed ADHD. The combination of neurologically based rejection sensitivity and impulsivity combine to produce a violent response before the ADDer can see it coming and gain control of the outburst.**

_________________________

I never thought about my mood going down so quickly but I've always known I was super sensitive. My foo used to get onto me for it. I know I'm always hyper-alert and reactive to other people's opinions (or even a lack of opinion, that means they don't care). And I was never able to shake the whole issue of depression. So maybe this is why.
__________________
I don't have a clue what you just said but I'd really like to go jump on your trampoline
~ All those years of trying to fix myself, I had been reading the wrong user's manual ~
Breaking rules. Because for the first time in my life I know that I can.
ADHD/Combined... dx'd at 42 Possibly Aspergers
Reply With Quote
The Following 22 Users Say Thank You to FroGpants For This Useful Post:
ana futura (04-05-14), angora (04-05-14), BananaCookie (03-05-14), bobabuoy (02-22-14), daveddd (03-06-14), Daydreamin22 (03-05-14), erratic (02-22-14), finallyfound10 (04-05-14), Fuzzy12 (03-02-14), ginniebean (01-11-17), javamonster (11-03-14), Little Missy (11-01-14), mischaelman (05-12-14), mrs. dobbs (04-18-14), Pilgrim (05-30-14), Rebelyell (11-02-14), sarek (03-02-14), someothertime (03-02-14), stef (03-05-14), Tetrahedra (04-06-14), Unmanagable (03-06-14), Wookiee (06-03-14)
  #2  
Old 02-22-14, 06:11 AM
erratic's Avatar
erratic erratic is offline
ADDvanced Member
 

Join Date: May 2013
Location: Oregon, US
Posts: 200
Thanks: 55
Thanked 153 Times in 99 Posts
erratic is a glorious beacon of lighterratic is a glorious beacon of lighterratic is a glorious beacon of lighterratic is a glorious beacon of lighterratic is a glorious beacon of light
Re: Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria

I have always thought my depression was situational and triggered. I guess many ADHDers would be classified as having Avoidant Personality Disorder?
Reply With Quote
  #3  
Old 03-02-14, 06:46 AM
Fuzzy12's Avatar
Fuzzy12 Fuzzy12 is offline
ADDvanced Forum ADDvocate
 

Join Date: Jan 2012
Location: UK
Posts: 17,903
Blog Entries: 1
Thanks: 29,938
Thanked 26,716 Times in 12,446 Posts
Fuzzy12 has a reputation beyond reputeFuzzy12 has a reputation beyond reputeFuzzy12 has a reputation beyond reputeFuzzy12 has a reputation beyond reputeFuzzy12 has a reputation beyond reputeFuzzy12 has a reputation beyond reputeFuzzy12 has a reputation beyond reputeFuzzy12 has a reputation beyond reputeFuzzy12 has a reputation beyond reputeFuzzy12 has a reputation beyond reputeFuzzy12 has a reputation beyond repute
Re: Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria

Yes that's me

Reply With Quote
The Following User Says Thank You to Fuzzy12 For This Useful Post:
Rebelyell (11-02-14)
Sponsored Links
  #4  
Old 03-05-14, 03:02 PM
FroGpants's Avatar
FroGpants FroGpants is offline
Contributor
 

Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: US
Posts: 327
Thanks: 632
Thanked 394 Times in 184 Posts
FroGpants is a name known to allFroGpants is a name known to allFroGpants is a name known to allFroGpants is a name known to allFroGpants is a name known to allFroGpants is a name known to allFroGpants is a name known to all
Re: Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria

Quote:
Originally Posted by erratic View Post
I have always thought my depression was situational and triggered. I guess many ADHDers would be classified as having Avoidant Personality Disorder?
Maybe huh? Funny thing though, I also keep getting drawn to Aspergers. I know my mom has it and I'm thinking I might too. The more I learn about it the more it explains the difficulty I've had socially all my life. Which I've had a really hard time understanding because I'm outgoing and all that. But there are a million little social things that I don't get. And Aspergers really explains it.

Which is interesting because Aspergers sounds a lot like Avoidant Personality Disorder and/or APD could be explained by Aspergers.

Anyway, I could be dead wrong. Food for thought.
__________________
I don't have a clue what you just said but I'd really like to go jump on your trampoline
~ All those years of trying to fix myself, I had been reading the wrong user's manual ~
Breaking rules. Because for the first time in my life I know that I can.
ADHD/Combined... dx'd at 42 Possibly Aspergers
Reply With Quote
The Following User Says Thank You to FroGpants For This Useful Post:
daveddd (03-06-14)
  #5  
Old 03-05-14, 03:03 PM
Daydreamin22's Avatar
Daydreamin22 Daydreamin22 is offline
ADDvanced Forum ADDvocate
 

Join Date: Aug 2013
Location: USA
Posts: 4,604
Thanks: 3,636
Thanked 3,131 Times in 1,930 Posts
Daydreamin22 has a reputation beyond reputeDaydreamin22 has a reputation beyond reputeDaydreamin22 has a reputation beyond reputeDaydreamin22 has a reputation beyond reputeDaydreamin22 has a reputation beyond reputeDaydreamin22 has a reputation beyond reputeDaydreamin22 has a reputation beyond reputeDaydreamin22 has a reputation beyond reputeDaydreamin22 has a reputation beyond reputeDaydreamin22 has a reputation beyond reputeDaydreamin22 has a reputation beyond repute
Re: Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria

Thank you!
Reply With Quote
The Following User Says Thank You to Daydreamin22 For This Useful Post:
FroGpants (03-05-14)
  #6  
Old 03-05-14, 03:41 PM
FroGpants's Avatar
FroGpants FroGpants is offline
Contributor
 

Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: US
Posts: 327
Thanks: 632
Thanked 394 Times in 184 Posts
FroGpants is a name known to allFroGpants is a name known to allFroGpants is a name known to allFroGpants is a name known to allFroGpants is a name known to allFroGpants is a name known to allFroGpants is a name known to all
Re: Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria

Quote:
Originally Posted by Fuzzy12 View Post
Yes that's me

Yes! Me too! And for me, it was a HUGE relief to read this. I am SICK of the word depression and being depressed. Gah!!

Reading this made me feel like I could figure out why I was down and take control of my emotions. But then I'm a 'why' person. I feel like I can conquer anything as long as I know 'why' something is a problem to begin with.

I guess some people are able to blow things off or 'just get over it' but that's never been me. But now at least I can look at it, see it for what it is and not let it get to me so deeply.
__________________
I don't have a clue what you just said but I'd really like to go jump on your trampoline
~ All those years of trying to fix myself, I had been reading the wrong user's manual ~
Breaking rules. Because for the first time in my life I know that I can.
ADHD/Combined... dx'd at 42 Possibly Aspergers
Reply With Quote
The Following User Says Thank You to FroGpants For This Useful Post:
Fuzzy12 (03-08-14)
  #7  
Old 03-05-14, 05:37 PM
aeon's Avatar
aeon aeon is online now
ADDvanced Forum ADDvocate
 

Join Date: Apr 2006
Location: Twin Cities, Minnesota
Posts: 6,391
Thanks: 18,948
Thanked 10,988 Times in 4,887 Posts
aeon has a reputation beyond reputeaeon has a reputation beyond reputeaeon has a reputation beyond reputeaeon has a reputation beyond reputeaeon has a reputation beyond reputeaeon has a reputation beyond reputeaeon has a reputation beyond reputeaeon has a reputation beyond reputeaeon has a reputation beyond reputeaeon has a reputation beyond reputeaeon has a reputation beyond repute
Re: Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria

Sensitive to rejection, fearful of abandonment, easily wounded by teasing.

Yes, that describes me. The “internalizing” part, anyway.

Part of that is the diagnosed ADHD-PI and dysthymia. I suspect part of that is the yet-undiagnosed major depressive disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, and sub-clinical borderline personality disorder.

I can’t afford my meds right now. Life is a different flavor of hell without them. No wonder I used to “self-medicate.”

I didn’t ask to be physically abused when I was a child.
I didn’t ask to be emotionally abused and invalidated when I was a child.
I didn’t ask to be neglected and abandoned when I was a child.
I didn’t ask to be sexually abused when I was a child.
I didn’t ask to be drugged when I was a child.

I didn’t even ask to be here to begin with, but here I am nonetheless.

I know I can’t change the past, and I forgive those who treated me with less than respect for my being. My sense is they had a full plate of their own (untreated) disorders.

But that doesn’t change the day-to-day challenge of being here now.

I don’t mean to be dramatic (or mercurial, or sensitive), but I’ve got this schema that I’m ultimately worthless as a human being. When that’s the foundation I build upon, the architectures of my life aren’t particularly livable or aesthetically pleasing, but they’re all I’ve got, and I do the best I can.

Rejection-sensitive dysphoria...heh. It simply doesn’t feel good to have my deepest fears validated, despite their irrationality.

In fact, sometimes I think I would be better off dead, but I know that doesn’t make sense either, despite my desire to take flight and escape from my wide-eyed self.
Reply With Quote
The Following 4 Users Say Thank You to aeon For This Useful Post:
daveddd (03-06-14), Fuzzy12 (03-08-14), mrs. dobbs (04-25-14), Unmanagable (03-06-14)
  #8  
Old 03-06-14, 12:41 AM
daveddd daveddd is offline
ADDvanced Forum ADDvocate
 

Join Date: May 2009
Location: cleveland
Posts: 8,509
Thanks: 10,131
Thanked 10,143 Times in 5,025 Posts
daveddd has a reputation beyond reputedaveddd has a reputation beyond reputedaveddd has a reputation beyond reputedaveddd has a reputation beyond reputedaveddd has a reputation beyond reputedaveddd has a reputation beyond reputedaveddd has a reputation beyond reputedaveddd has a reputation beyond reputedaveddd has a reputation beyond reputedaveddd has a reputation beyond reputedaveddd has a reputation beyond repute
Re: Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria

Quote:
Originally Posted by FroGpants View Post
Maybe huh? Funny thing though, I also keep getting drawn to Aspergers. I know my mom has it and I'm thinking I might too. The more I learn about it the more it explains the difficulty I've had socially all my life. Which I've had a really hard time understanding because I'm outgoing and all that. But there are a million little social things that I don't get. And Aspergers really explains it.

Which is interesting because Aspergers sounds a lot like Avoidant Personality Disorder and/or APD could be explained by Aspergers.

Anyway, I could be dead wrong. Food for thought.
your not dead wrong, 35 % of people with adhd meet the criteria for avpd

and higher in autism

emotional dysregulation inhibited , turned in
__________________
now is the time ...for me to rise to my feet...wipe your spit from my face...wipe these tears from my eyes!!...hatebreed
Reply With Quote
  #9  
Old 03-08-14, 10:24 AM
Sandshrew027's Avatar
Sandshrew027 Sandshrew027 is offline
Newbie
 

Join Date: Jan 2014
Location: Massachusetts, USA
Posts: 3
Thanks: 2
Thanked 2 Times in 2 Posts
Sandshrew027 has disabled reputation
Re: Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria

Yep, and I think that this could apply as well to most others with ADD/ADHD whom I know.
Reply With Quote
  #10  
Old 04-05-14, 05:56 PM
finallyfound10's Avatar
finallyfound10 finallyfound10 is offline
Forum ADDvocate
 

Join Date: May 2010
Location: USA
Posts: 1,398
Thanks: 1,254
Thanked 1,275 Times in 706 Posts
finallyfound10 has a brilliant futurefinallyfound10 has a brilliant futurefinallyfound10 has a brilliant futurefinallyfound10 has a brilliant futurefinallyfound10 has a brilliant futurefinallyfound10 has a brilliant futurefinallyfound10 has a brilliant futurefinallyfound10 has a brilliant futurefinallyfound10 has a brilliant futurefinallyfound10 has a brilliant futurefinallyfound10 has a brilliant future
Re: Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria

This is an amazing discovery!! It's what I've dealt with for so long and blamed it totally on my less-than-nurturing-and-sensitive-mother, fairly shame-based Catholic education and alcoholic father. Knowing that this can also play a role and may be managed, to a degree by meds, is amazing.

I have wanted to try Wellbutrin for a very long time but I don't have insurance now and Concerta through Johnson & Johnson Patient Assistance Foundation but hopefully will be getting a job with insurance in the summer.
__________________
ADHD-Inattentive, Adjustment Disorder w/Mixed Features of Anxiety and Depression, Dyscalculia (Math disability), Rejection Sensitivity Dysphoria, Adult Child of an Alcoholic.
Strattera 80 mg, Wellbutrin SR 150 mg, Klonopin 0.5mg as needed.
Brene Brown
Shame derives it's power from being unspeakable.
Shame corrodes the very part of us that believes we are capable of change.
Shame cannot survive being spoken. It can't survive empathy.

Reply With Quote
The Following User Says Thank You to finallyfound10 For This Useful Post:
ginniebean (01-11-17)
  #11  
Old 04-05-14, 07:43 PM
ana futura's Avatar
ana futura ana futura is offline
ADDvanced Forum ADDvocate
 

Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: Skaro
Posts: 4,828
Thanks: 6,239
Thanked 6,232 Times in 3,063 Posts
ana futura has a reputation beyond reputeana futura has a reputation beyond reputeana futura has a reputation beyond reputeana futura has a reputation beyond reputeana futura has a reputation beyond reputeana futura has a reputation beyond reputeana futura has a reputation beyond reputeana futura has a reputation beyond reputeana futura has a reputation beyond reputeana futura has a reputation beyond reputeana futura has a reputation beyond repute
Re: Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria

Very interesting, this is great to see.

I've been thinking a lot lately about how our lack of impulse control can lead to a lack of agency, autonomy, and self awareness, and this gets as something I hadn't thought of- another reason I lack a sense of agency is that I've spent my whole life trying and failing to please others. I've never sat down and tried to figure out what it is that I WANT to do, because my top priority is avoiding rejection, conflict, and unpleasant situations.

I think this has kept me mentally healthy and safe to a degree, but now it's starting to backfire because I am so stagnant and stuck.

This is so accurate, I'm a mix of both (lately leaning more towards the later)

Quote:
In the long term, there are two personality outcomes. The person with ADHD becomes a people pleaser, always making sure that friends, acquaintances, and family approve of him. After years of constant vigilance, the ADHD person becomes a chameleon who has lost track of what she wants for her own life.

Others find that the pain of failure is so bad that they refuse to try anything unless they are assured of a quick, easy, and complete success. Taking a chance is too big an emotional risk. Their lives remain stunted and limited.
http://www.additudemag.com/adhd/article/10121.html
Reply With Quote
The Following 5 Users Say Thank You to ana futura For This Useful Post:
aeon (07-15-16), eclectic beagle (04-07-14), finallyfound10 (04-24-14), ginniebean (01-11-17), mrs. dobbs (04-18-14)
  #12  
Old 04-05-14, 08:27 PM
USMCcop's Avatar
USMCcop USMCcop is offline
Contributor
 

Join Date: Mar 2014
Location: Denver, Colorado
Posts: 307
Thanks: 62
Thanked 268 Times in 148 Posts
USMCcop is a glorious beacon of lightUSMCcop is a glorious beacon of lightUSMCcop is a glorious beacon of lightUSMCcop is a glorious beacon of lightUSMCcop is a glorious beacon of light
Re: Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria

Dr. Dodson is amazing. I switched to him last month. He read me like a book. My last spell was just as he described as above.
Reply With Quote
  #13  
Old 04-07-14, 11:21 AM
aeon's Avatar
aeon aeon is online now
ADDvanced Forum ADDvocate
 

Join Date: Apr 2006
Location: Twin Cities, Minnesota
Posts: 6,391
Thanks: 18,948
Thanked 10,988 Times in 4,887 Posts
aeon has a reputation beyond reputeaeon has a reputation beyond reputeaeon has a reputation beyond reputeaeon has a reputation beyond reputeaeon has a reputation beyond reputeaeon has a reputation beyond reputeaeon has a reputation beyond reputeaeon has a reputation beyond reputeaeon has a reputation beyond reputeaeon has a reputation beyond reputeaeon has a reputation beyond repute
Re: Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria

Quote:
Originally Posted by ana futura View Post
This is so accurate, I'm a mix of both (lately leaning more towards the later)

Quote:
In the long term, there are two personality outcomes. The person with ADHD becomes a people pleaser, always making sure that friends, acquaintances, and family approve of him. After years of constant vigilance, the ADHD person becomes a chameleon who has lost track of what she wants for her own life.

Others find that the pain of failure is so bad that they refuse to try anything unless they are assured of a quick, easy, and complete success. Taking a chance is too big an emotional risk. Their lives remain stunted and limited.
Ditto.
Reply With Quote
  #14  
Old 04-18-14, 10:49 AM
mrs. dobbs's Avatar
mrs. dobbs mrs. dobbs is offline
ADDvanced Forum ADDvocate
 

Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Jankytown
Posts: 1,852
Blog Entries: 61
Thanks: 4,194
Thanked 2,693 Times in 1,211 Posts
mrs. dobbs has a reputation beyond reputemrs. dobbs has a reputation beyond reputemrs. dobbs has a reputation beyond reputemrs. dobbs has a reputation beyond reputemrs. dobbs has a reputation beyond reputemrs. dobbs has a reputation beyond reputemrs. dobbs has a reputation beyond reputemrs. dobbs has a reputation beyond reputemrs. dobbs has a reputation beyond reputemrs. dobbs has a reputation beyond reputemrs. dobbs has a reputation beyond repute
Re: Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria

This helps me immensely. Because I have to sort out ny comorbids with my psychologist to finish my ADHD diagnosis. And over the years, precisely because of exactly what RSD describes, I have been in social anxiety groups, done DBT, told my therapists I had Atypical Depression, read about and diagnosed myself with BPD (esp. physical distress over perceived rejection followed by depression), NPD, AvPD, and have been really ashamed of my interpersonal rejection sensitivity and vigilance. I would get teased for it and so developed alot of management and damage control strategies, the main one being avoidance but others being OCD manifestations and being a pleaser or chameleon. But I have constantly had an opposing force which sought authenticity, truth and justice and I ended up in this horrible situation of being strong enough to go against the norm or speak out but not strong enough to withstand the backlash- or anticipated, perceived or assumed ones. I never had the guts to look back, haha.

Last edited by mrs. dobbs; 04-18-14 at 11:14 AM..
Reply With Quote
The Following 4 Users Say Thank You to mrs. dobbs For This Useful Post:
aeon (07-15-16), ginniebean (01-11-17), javamonster (11-03-14), Rebelyell (11-02-14)
  #15  
Old 11-01-14, 11:38 AM
botomat botomat is offline
Newbie
 

Join Date: Nov 2014
Location: Skipton
Posts: 1
Thanks: 0
Thanked 2 Times in 1 Post
botomat is on a distinguished road
Re: Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria

Hey so i'm currently undiagnosed as adhd. Always just though i'm a freak of nature until starting to research adhd for my son and im like 'oh right, it all makes sense now'. have my gps appt soon. but one thing i still couldn't place was the emotional pain i feel on a daily basis. iv always known it isn't normal to feel so deeply about everything, to agonise over a harmless comment for weeks and have it take a place in further destroying myself. Like you guys iv always put it down to parents (violence, alcohol, etc... the usual) but not everyone has to avoid work, friends, family everyone after early trauma, and in comparison my experiences werent all that bad really. I've been in therapy since i was 14 (28 now) and have been diagnosed and 'treated' for a range of disorders, ptsd, GAD, Social Anxiety, SAD none of which have worked, have been told i probs have a chemical imbalance and have been on about 5 different anti-depressents. none of which have significantly improved my symptoms.

I have a degree in psychology and post grad in social sciences yet im working from home running an ironing service because i simply cant handle the judgement i feel from other people even though i know logically it is just me being 'over sensitive'. i've been told my entire life to 'stop thinking so much' 'dont' over analyse it' 'your just oversensitive' dont take it to heart' etc etc but i just cant help it. no matter what i do.

Has anyone got any experience with the INTUNIV medication? has it helped. The thought that there may be something out there which could help me achieve at least some of my potential, and help me to stop blaming myself is huge, but i notice it says it could help somewhat.

Thanks for having somewhere where i can have a major rant. its long over due
Reply With Quote
The Following 2 Users Say Thank You to botomat For This Useful Post:
ginniebean (01-11-17), Rebelyell (11-02-14)
Reply

Bookmarks


Currently Active Users Viewing This Thread: 1 (0 members and 1 guests)
 
Thread Tools
Display Modes

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is On
Forum Jump

Similar Threads
Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post
The Highly Sensitive Person. Kunga Dorji Science in the Media 40 07-12-11 01:23 PM
Extremely over Sensitive jd-adhd General ADD Talk 13 10-25-10 01:23 PM
Feel TOO sensitive? Maybe this is why! Asylum General ADD Talk 6 07-26-08 07:29 PM
What is Dysphoria? Andi Bipolar 1 08-10-05 01:38 PM
sensitive adult with ADD Keppig Relationships & Social Issues 34 06-28-04 01:11 PM


All times are GMT -4. The time now is 10:40 AM.


Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.7.4
Copyright ©2000 - 2017, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
(c) 2003 - 2015 ADD Forums