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ADD a Disability?Views: 201
Dec 06, 2006 8:42 pm ADD a Disability?

Susan Knudsen
My son was diagnosed with ADD about 4 years ago. The more I learned about it for him, the more it sounded like me. At first I felt awful about me passing on this problem. My son seemed to be given a bad hand: He was struggling in school, yet mentally retaining what he learned. Now I tend to see ADD as a uniqueness like beauty or athletic prowess. Adults and children with ADD whom I've met seem to be more accepting of others, they adapt more easily to new situations, they're easy-going, artistic, sweet, kind, more excited about life's blessings, . . .It bothers me that anything involving those qualities is considered a disability regardless of how disorganized we are.

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