Take Me Out to the BALLGAME!

ADD . . . and-so-much-more

Life gets GOOD

Once you understand
how to drive the very brain you were born with
— even if it’s taken a few hits in the meantime™

by Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CTP, CMC, ACT, MCC, SCAC
Part of the Diagnosis & Treatment series

A lot of people have ADHD,
but they don’t want to talk about it.
But I am who I am,
and I don’t feel bad about it.
~ Major league baseball player Andrés Torres

©Phillip Martin, artist/educator

Late to the Party

I have to admit that, because I’ve never been the world’s biggest sports fan, I’m more than a bit late to this particular party.

Maybe some of you missed it too?

I just read a heartwarming human interest sports story about Andrés Torres, a ball-playing superstar who couldn’t get to first base until he accepted that he needed to get real about a treatment protocol for his

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2 thoughts on “Take Me Out to the BALLGAME!

  1. The human spirit in times of struggle is amazing, isn’t it? Torres’ desire was there in spades – and his spirit to keep at it was incredible.

    10 YEARS of struggle that turns around *only* after treatment for ADD – and *rapidly* – is telling us something else, however.

    I want everybody to catch that particular point – especially with rampant medication-bashing and fear-mongering in the press and on so many blogs – and I SO appreciate your help spreading that message.

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