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thanks you guys, it's tough...

Posted by Janice on October 22, 1999, at 20:00:05

In reply to Re: ADD and Depression, how to tell the difference..., posted by dj on October 21, 1999, at 23:32:52

thanks for that great list dj! It clarified alot for me. Who'd think this 34 year veteran of mental illnesses would need to be refreshed as to what depression is. Mostly I have ADHD, and my manic depression is secondary to this and seasonal, and quite controllable (I'm praying to God it stays this way). My dad had nerves of steel, just like superman! I got my maternal grandmother's nervous system...she spent 10 years in the 'nuthouse'. Well time's have changed (I've only been in the hospital for 1 month), and times'should only keep getting better (I'm far too optimistic to be depressed).

You really like that vagus nerve stimulator, yes?

life's pretty good. I'm at my brothers and am looking for a job.

If you do buy a timer, make sure you get a digital one. I forgot mine in Hawaii and just bought another one yesterday at a kitchen store. Everything I hate to do, I time. I mean, who couldn't handle 12 minutes of housework a day? I'm actually cutting it down to 10 minutes a day; I just don't need the extra 2 minutes anymore - Yipee!

How's your friend with ADD and his own business. The majority of people (that I know) who has ADD seem to do best being self-employed. What has his employment history been like?

I hope you're doing the very best that you can be doing, Janice.




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