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I’m an adult with ADD. I was diagnosed at age 45 and finally agreed to medication a few years later. I immediately felt the difference. The wonderful focus! The clear steps from start to finish. A sense of accomplishment. I was called unorganized, flighty, a free spirit. I believed them. I try not to, but I wonder sometimes how much easier school would’ve been and what I could’ve accomplished. At age 61, on medication, I finally feel “normal.” Big hugs for you Adrian! You will find what works for Amos and your family. I am so glad to be a part of this big support group for you. You do so much to advocate for others and Amos is so lucky to have you for his mother. Just because you advocate loud and proud doesn’t mean you aren’t going to have your own hard times through this journey.
Sweet Amos! There are no instructions with any child. We all have to try one thing after another to see what works. I fought ADD meds with one of mine, but after giving in, it made all the difference in how he interacted with the world. Good for you for never resting and always trying to find the next thing that will make Amos’ life an easier one! You are an amazing momma, embracing the good, the bad, and the difficulty of doing the best thing for each of your children. I always say, “Never say never” because one day the never comes to visit. Your willingness to share your journey is already helping other parents who find themselves facing things they never expected. XO