Motivational and inspirational writer, Bryan Hutchinson is the author of several books about life with ADHD including the highly acclaimed, best selling "One Boy′s Struggle: A Memoir" and the author of the hilarious eBook that went viral "10 Things I Hate about ADHD"

September 2007

Kid Nation — death? what the…???

Kid Nation — death? what the…???

Jeeze folks, talk about some parents not caring about their children! I worry about children going undiagnosed with ADD or ADHD and sometimes forget what some parents will do purposely…

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Is ADD ADHD over Diagnosed? Part 1

Is ADD ADHD over Diagnosed? Part 1

This is what I think: I think ADD/ADHD is “-under-“diagnosed. I think there are far, far more suffers out there that have no idea why they act and think the way they do and what’s worse is that many of those suffers might have already been explained what ADD/ADHD is, but would rather suffer than admit they have such a thing. So taboo! So can’t be! Oh no, not me, can’t be—stigmas are powerful things. It can be even worse than that, what if a child is diagnosed with ADD/ADHD and the parents can’t bring themselves to agree with the diagnosis and the poor kid grows up without proper assistance? Unfortunately,

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Positive Thinking part5 post1

Positive Thinking part5 post1

© Bryan L. Hutchinson Positive Thinking part5 post1:         I got lucky I suppose by now you might be a bit curious as to how I got lucky after all. Well, as I mentioned before, we Adders attract attention.

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Fish oil for ADD or ADHD?

Fish oil for ADD or ADHD?

Is fish oil helpful for those who have ADD or ADHD? From personal experiences I believe the answer is yes! My experiences with fish oil are limited and although I have taken fish oil supplements it has been only in very small doses and short terms. The reason I am hesitant is because I am allergic to Mercury and I have serious concerns about the toxicity of fish oils. I have been assured that certain fish oils are cleared of contaminants, but I have a nervous nature over such claims. That’s just me and probably part of my ADD. Go figure!

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One Boy’s Struggle: A Memoir – Surviving Life with Undiagnosed ADD ‘Synopsis’ UPDATED

One Boy’s Struggle: A Memoir – Surviving Life with Undiagnosed ADD ‘Synopsis’ UPDATED

  As we move closer to publication of “One Boy’s Struggle” I have decided on the synopsis which will be used to describe the story. Even if I say so myself, “One Boy’s Struggle” is a compelling read and is a must for Parents, Guardians and Teachers of Adders. Adults with ADD or ADHD, related to an Adder, in a relationship with an Adder or friends of an Adder, will find this story of substantial use and insight. Without further a due, here is the synopsis:

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