And I have ADD. The horrible thing is that I had the sucker beaten down in submission in school. Now that I've been in the real world for almost two years, I've noticed that he's come out of his coma. I have had excuses for it before now: "My job sucks, that's why I have no motivation" "This is all so new and crazy, I don't know where to start" etc. After being at my current job for four plus months and being fully settled, I have run out of excuses. So here I am. It's so tough to admit that a once conquered demon in your life has come back to once again make your life tough. The hardest thing for me now is that I had a handle on it in school through different techniques but those don't carry over to the working world that well. Also, there is so much more literature on it than I remember. I didn't even know half the things that could be problems for me (and I face most of them daily). My case isn't too severe, just broad. Basically if it is a symptom, I probably have it (save chemical addictions, now).Agent
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