hi, i just joined the group this minute. and would like to introduce myself, say hi, and let you know that i am too a parent of a child with adhd. although, he is rather grown now, as he is a freshman in high school,and he is 15 years old. i also believe that my husband is adhd, as he acts often the same way as my son does. i, myself have bipolar disorder, but my 22 year old daughter seems to have escaped our "stuff" and seems to be "normal" for the most part. my son is a great kid, and has grown a lot, and i can't believe he is the same child as he was when he was young. boy, has he put us through some major upsets. so to you young parents, they do grow better as they grow up. have faith!!!!
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