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July 23, 2013

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Rita Chisum (WisdomSeeker)

Becca,
Thanks so much for sharing your wise insights! While I have often had to remind myself that life is not stagnant (change is one thing that is inevitable) it is so nice to see it verbalized onto paper.

It helps me to know that others have some of the very same struggles. It's like the V8 commercial; why didn't I think of that! Some of the most simplistic actions escape me at times.

Because each of us is uniquely individual, our ADD experiences and how they impact our lives are also uniquely individual. But our shared experience and the willingness to share these experiences with others has been such a tremendous help and encouragement for my personal journey.

Thanks for the important reminder that things don't always stay the same and that new methods shouldn't be feared. Sometimes change is needed to better serve the landscape of our personal life.

And thanks for sharing how this played out personally for you!

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