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The Gift, by Guest Writer Cary Stillwell

Introduction: Lynn Weiss

One of the best parts of being “out there” as someone with an A.D.D. style of brain construction is that I get the opportunity to meet absolutely wonderful people like our guest writer today, Cary Stillwell.

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Three Laughing Days Spent Finding Joy

You know how it goes when everything you touch boomerangs. Or take you 2, 3, 4 times to accomplish what ought to have been an easy accomplishment.

It’s the times when you get a ding in your windshield–less than a … Read more ...

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A Compassionate, Hard Look at A.D.D. (Part 3)

Keynote speech presented by Lynn Weiss at AADIEN, 1997

I ask you!
3. Own your own ADD identity, including the way you think and feel.

We do have organization. It’s just different and often internal. We are logical within our … Read more ...

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Helping Children Form Lasting Bonds

Now, perhaps more than ever before our society needs to take tangible steps to ensure that our children make use of innate assets that guide their emotional growth and development. With the loosening of social mores* over the last century—mores … Read more ...

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