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¯\_(ツ)_/¯ 21 Mar 18
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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found fifty dollars 13/01/19 22 Mar 18
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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Megan Farrell 18 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 20 Mar 18
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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Peter Zalabowski jr 20 Mar 18
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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Jessica 17 Mar 18
. 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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Ben Winstead 18 Mar 18
I’m sick of not being able to focus on things I’m not interested in. They may not even work for me, and they definitely don't give me a "euphoria" blast, but they allow countless others to even just function. just sounds terrible and inaccurate
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Forrest Maready 21 Apr 18
If you believe in mandatory vaccines but not mandatory antibiotics, you’re doing it wrong. Protect the herd from everything.
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Seven 19 Mar 18
My ADHD Is A huge Struggle Everyday. School is very hard for me with ADHD. I'm in a heavy math program where I work with allot of number but I cant keep the number in my head Long enough to Finnish the Question. Remove
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Aaron Martinez 16 Mar 18
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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Abe 19 Mar 18
Replying to @angstiestBoy
Adderall changed my life, saved my academic career, and has helped me be the version of myself I was always meant to be. The fact that people abuse these meds that make my life livable is not something or anyone can make me feel ashamed of
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Diane 17 Mar 18
Not one mention about impaired executive functioning, sensory overload, emotional dysregulation, impulsivity. Other than "Attention" your "experts" ignored every single aspect of ADHD diagnosis and disability/impairment.
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Emilie 27 Mar 18
they clear away all the garbage that sits on my brain and lets me be who I really am
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Jenny 🗡 19 Mar 18
But not actual people with ADHD right
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Rob Baskind 18 Mar 18
What however barely depicts & in a disparaging, minimising way is the genuine struggles ADHD patients have functioning day to day, & the massive life changing benefits in improving overall mental well being with minimal side effects meds can so often bring.
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Peter Bradby 25 Mar 18
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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Mari/KnightLife 22 Mar 18
Do you know what I feel when I take my pills? I calm down. I can actually hear people over ambient noise when they talk to me. I can have only maybe 5 thoughts at a time, instead of the usual 50. I get less impulsive and anxious.
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With A Rebel Yell 26 Mar 18
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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Daniel Johnson MSP 17 Mar 18
. they have made my life and that of my family better -they enable me to function. Your portrayal of ADHD medication in is unbalanced and simply adds to the stigma faced by those dealing a diagnosed neurological condition.
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ADD STEMist 18 Mar 18
I stopped for 3 months because of attitudes like in 's , and then I was unable to write a scientific paper that both I and my bosses knew I could write, which was beginning to make me depressed.
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