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Thread: Very, very bad news........

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (rattler_mt @ Sep. 15 2004,1:51)]we all agree here that everyone of us on here is messed up(some of us more than others [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_n_32.gif[/img] )
    Whaddya mean! Most of us are very well adjusted, thank you.
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    It reminds me of some elements of Aspergers Syndrome. I've got a son with that. Trouble is that it is difficult to delineate and diagnose neurological disorders, especially when they appear too similar to each other. Often poeple with a little knowledge think that everything boils down to ADHD or bad parenting skills. I hope they really get to the root of things and find the appropriate neds for you!

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    Dino,

    You have friends here, that much is for sure. As far as other possible low opinions of you, no matter how good you are, how well adjusted, there will always be someone who just doesn't like you. Life is not fair like that! Ignore them, and appreciate your uniqueness. Just try to do your best, and let others think what they will, since they surely will.

    Work at fixing the problems yourself: in the end, a Dr. can only help you with the process of learning to make the most of what you are - but it will always be you that has to do the work. Now you have an idea of what problems to concentrate on, you can prove to yourself that you are clever enough to get around whatever minor difficulties that present themselves. I agree with Tony, don't use your diagnosis as an excuse to be any less than all that you could be!
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]If mum sends me to do 3 things, I iwll do 1 then come back and ask her what else I have to do.
    I have the same problem with the fiance..... they keep telling me it is selective hearing and not giving a poo [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_m_32.gif[/img]
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    I have missed something I think. I see a list of symptoms, but not a diagnosis. There are several syndromes, diseases and disorders that can fit this. They actually fit into two problems my son has, Graves and sever ADHD (including dyspraxia). These are treatable and I have gone in the last six months from knowing that my son was going to die to having a happy, mostly healthly, very spirited child back with me. Medicines can do wonders. What you describe I have seen. Do they have a diagnosis yet? Have they checked your thyroid. Having to go to treatment is not that bad. My son probably disagrees on blood draw and testing day, but not usually.

    What you need to do (and I know this is clich) is look at the glass as half full and not half empty.

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    i'm totally with copper on you getting a thyroid test. the reason i need anti-depressants is because my thyroid doesn't work at all and that screws up my seratonin levels. i even have to take synthroid to replace the hormones my thyroid should make. i'm always, ALWAYS cold, i dont eat much compared to most people, i sleep all the time etc etc. the thyroid pretty much control everything. my own antibodies even attack my thyroid. sucks huh?

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    well i hope it gets better for me, i get confused alot too
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    I'm confused right now!!! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_n_32.gif[/img]

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