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Posted by Karen on December 24, 1999 at 14:58:09:

In Reply to: Re: ADD IN ADULT WOMEN posted by JM on October 20, 1999 at 13:34:22:

: : : At 58, just discovering I have ADD. In mostly happy life, although I have found ADD to brain of course) you will find you are truly blessed with a gift like many creative people: writers, actors, artists, etc. Find who you are and what your special gifts are and go get it. E-mail me about how it's going. Now if I can just remember where I was going......

: I'm 43 and I was just re-diagnosed with ADHD after spending four years wondering about the first diagnosis. I didn't have a tragic childhood ruined by ADHD so I couldn't believe the diagnosis and I just blame myself instead. I'm currently looking into neurofeedback which sounds expensive but almost too good to be ture.
: Do you know anything about this? A NLP trained friend once triedn to help me with NLP (before I had diagnosis) and it didn't work. I later thought it was because I couldn't concentrate. It is interesting to see that it did help JK. JK, please say more about what it means to be kinesthetic when receiving information. What does it look like?

: JM

Kinesthetic just means you learn better by a "hands on" approach. You learn by actually DOING it rather than reading about it or receiving verbal instruction.

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