CD, you're better off trying to stick to your day job as a lawyer, as you sure as hell know nothing about mental health right along with Chris and Gus.<quoted text>
No, no. You don't get to hide behind that kilt/skirt.
I have Adult ADHD and it wasn't diagnosed until 8 years ago. Maybe it's not severe by your standards, but before finding out about my Tachycardia problem I was on Concerta 54.
And I got through law school without any medication. And I don't misspell, or have typos ad naseum like you.
BTW, in case you don't already know this, the British spell "while" as "whilst." That's not a spelling error; it's a difference between U.S.' English and British English.
Too bad Rosetta Stone doesn't have a culture course for you to buy. You need it.
Like any medical issue, not every person is affected by an ailment in the exact same way as another person.
That you were able to proceed through college really doesn't make you any better then anyone else and I'm glad that you were able to do so as without knowing it, you adjusted to your problems without realizing it and got through it just the same as many other people have doe the same for many years before medicine was able to establish the persence of ADD/ADHD.
For the record, I proceeded through four universities and only half way through before I was tested and dignosed with ADHD. But, I also know how that processed with me and I also know how it affects people in different ways since I have also worked with adolescents to adults who have ADD/ADHD.