June 6 2015 Attention Deficit Disorder Newsletter
Creative Benefits of ADD in MRI Testing
Greetings from the Land of OZ!
I'm back with a new article this week. My injured arm is doing better, so I am able to type a bit. I probably have a couple of weeks more of rehab, then I'll be almost healed. Time and use should take care of the rest. I figure it will hurt for a while, but I'll cope. It was strange to injure my arm, a strain or a bicep tear (there is difference of opinion), doing just regular activity. My diagnosis required the use of a MRI for diagnostic purposes.
Folks with Attention Deficit Disorder struggle with executive function issues, but we are creative problem solvers. Recently, my problem solving skills were put to the test, along with the meditation techniques that I have practiced to help improve the symptoms of my Attention Deficit Disorder. The MRI needed some creative problem solving in order to take place.
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Connie Mistler Davidson, Attention Deficit Disorder Editor
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