|Date:||May 19, 2014|
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The front part of the brain has very little to do with intelligence, so it is possible to be very smart and still have ADHD.
When I first heard about ADHD (Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder), I thought, "C'mon. This psycho-babble has gone too far." I saw psychologists, researchers, lawyers, teachers, parents, all talking seriously about this claimed disorder...
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This psycho-babble has gone too far." I saw psychologists, researchers, lawyers, teachers, parents, all talking seriously about this claimed disorder. But what I didn't think about was where this information was coming from. Many talk shows have featured ADHD, where self-righteous citizens cheer, boo, and hiss like a jury at some medieval witch trial...
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