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Jessica Mar 17
. please take down the poorly researched documentary . they help my brain focus, just like my glasses help my eyes focus. There's no shame in medically treating a medical condition and perpetuating stigmas like this hurts people w/
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found a dollar 01/11/18 Mar 22
groundbreaking documentary really making me rethink my meds....this relevant interview with Some Guy Name Nathaneal, who is A Literal Software Engineer is mindblowing...
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Macks Mar 21
40 years ago kids took drugs to check out. Now kids take drugs just to check in.
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C. Schwarzenegger Sep 24
My mom and I will be on Conversations w/ on Channel 109 today at 10am PST/1pm EST to talk about - tune in! 💊💊
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¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Mar 21
I'm aware and respect that meant to show the story of prescription meds abuse but it's critical to help people understand responsible use vs addiction. ADHD folks and addicts can both say they need it, but it means two very different things.
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Peter Bradby Mar 25
I spent 30 years feeling like a failure before medication for my ADHD allowed me to finally feel like I could succeed in life and the recent documentary will only take that away from others!
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Alex Forgay Mar 24
No thanks, Netflix. I don't take Adderall because of our "hyper competitive world," nor do I take it to be "faster and better." I simply take medication because I have a disability that doesn't go away without it.
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Peter Zalabowski jr Mar 21
& - not cool publishing this irresponsible "film", but I'm glad you did, because finding , and reading the stories of others sharing my experiences has been a real breath of fresh air.
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Brandi Dalhover Mar 26
I know choosing to function more poorly than I otherwise would is detrimental to myself and my daughter. I am above letting a stigma control my life.
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Megan Farrell Mar 18
without them the brain fog is so thick I can’t even remember the sentence I just read. without them the fatigue allows me to get nothing accomplished.
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Marianna Mar 20
is disgusting and totally miscontrues how adderall helps people with actual ADHD. I deserve to be able to read the same way someone without ADD can.
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Aaron Martinez Mar 16
ended up being exactly what I thought it would be, a terrible depiction of Adderall use. Try spending the majority of grade school being told you were lazy& that’s why you made the grades you made, even though every night you would stay up to 2,3 in the morning
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Michelle Beckett Mar 17
We all need to stand together and bust the stigma of meds for . please consider how discriminatory this documentary is and anti-science. they help normalise my neurotransmitters so I can function and be mentally well.
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drhallowell Mar 27
I have seen in my practice over the past 35 years, thousands of people, ages 6 to 76 years, experience tremendous results due to medication. Lives have been saved! For some reason all we hear about are the dangers. Please see a doctor who knows the facts.
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Gina Pera Mar 23
"Highlighting Adderall abuse" is a common ruse—a reasonable-sounding Trojan Horse for delegitimizing the diagnosis of ADHD and the medications typically used to treat it. Don't fall for it.
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Jessica Mar 27
Thank you!! Response video to on Netflix (which adds to the stigma) posting soon!
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Peter Zalabowski jr Mar 20
ADHD linked Emotional Dysfunction is a REAL THING. Abnormal flow of dopamine, results in the symptoms. Whatever the agenda of , they're happy to violate the emotional health of the entire ADHD population. Thanks! /s
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nell🏳️‍🌈 Mar 26
i need to be able to function ??? to get through life and through high school ??? and i like being/feeling in control of my own body ??? it’s not that hard
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Miss Leigh Mar 27
I would happily give to a GofundMe for a doc to counter people like you give me hope for my future.
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