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Published 1 year ago with 3 Comments

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  • Traintraxx

    Of course it's over-diagnosed. How else are they gonna sell all that meth to all those kids...?

  • leweb

    It's just easier to give meth to your kid to keep him quiet rather than educating him.

  • CrookedTale (edited 1 year ago)

    We have had a friend whose child was diagnosed with ADHD at age 5. Let that sink in... He was a boy, lots of energy, the school system no longer has a gym class or recess program, his concentration is not long, none of that describes adhd. It describes a young child with no outlet for their energy. The put him on meds at the schools suggestion, now he is a zombie and emotional. The school once said that my son was kind of the same way and I said "He is a 7 year old boy. What do you expect?" . And before you ask I do not have Adult ADHD, I am just immature. My wife will vouch for me.

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