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Re: CBT for ADD

Posted by noa on May 21, 2003, at 17:39:11

In reply to CBT for ADD, posted by PuraVida on April 9, 2003, at 16:13:12

Well, I would think that there could be some common ones that come from the experience of having ADD in a world that doesn't understand people with ADD. For example, the feelings/thoughts that "I am stupid" or "I am lazy", or things like, "no one will take me seriously" "I can't learn/do...." etc. can develop, I think, if ADD has made one's school experience difficult. Then, depending on how the ADD manifests itself, there could be anger management issues, distortions in the perception of time, and issues of patience, self-management, etc. I think it depends on the individual, too, because ADD can look so different in different people.




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