It seems you have a new support base out there. My thanks to all those who have offered their help during the time I was unable to. It is not unusual for people diagnosed with ADD to have above average IQs. The first therapist you saw was at least right on that point. It seems you are after some coping skills which neither therapists have been able to offer; and it appears you have followed many avenues to try mend the problems. There is a programme called Dore, which provides no diagnosis, simply looks at your symptoms and through tailored excercises can diminish, if not eradicate, symptoms such as impulsivity, moodiness and improve concentration. It may also be worthwhile seeing your GP and having a general check up; the stress you seem to be under may be affecting you physiologically.
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