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Adult ADHD Support
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I went to mental health today and for ptsd depression and anxiety I was giving 150 hcl xl 1 times a day I read the side effects and suffer from migraines...
I went to mental health today and for ptsd depression and anxiety I was giving 1...
5 days ago
Anyone else have trouble sleeping? Even before I started taking medication for ADHD I have always had disrupted sleep. I was prescribed trazadone for sleep but...
Anyone else have trouble sleeping? Even before I started taking medication for A...
9 days ago
Adhd at work
Hi everyone! Not just today but in the past ADHD has caused me to get overwhelmed at work. I work in a very fast paced environment with lots of little details...
Hi everyone! Not just today but in the past ADHD has caused me to get overwhelm...
7 days ago
Disclosing ADHD to a partner
I have a partner that said he loved me right off the bat because I’m the most vibrant woman he’s ever known. Hearing that of course made me so happy because he...
I have a partner that said he loved me right off the bat because I’m the most vi...
3 days ago
Deal with your emotion diagnosis
Hello there, well keep it short I got diagnosed with ADD and we’ll I go through a lot of emotions right now , at first I was relieved everything make sense now...
Hello there, well keep it short I got diagnosed with ADD and we’ll I go through ...
7 days ago
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