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I have ADHD which alienated from the other kids, in 1960 I was diagnosed. My Mom enjoyed this as it was here favorite drug. Going to see the psychiatist as a child others now saw me as bazaar creature. It is not sympathy I wish to garner. Rather it is my bond to this program and being forthright. No child should experience what I did, so this program is needed for more than just science produced but rather for me as personal. I am tall, smart, kind and giving. I did graduate from UMass Amherst with a BS and an MS in Quinnipiac. I started my computer oddasy in 1984 and found acceptance right away, to just be who I am without having (for the sake of acceptance) to change to suite you. I was a corpsman/surgical assctancewhile overseas. I was ordered to join by a judge, as I was a high school drop. So my the BS/MS was a big deal. Not quite so much anymore. I was a gym rat; triathlons, swimming, biking, scuba. I enjoy gold prospecting in VA. I worked as a cardiac perfusionist. Lacking some social skills, I never really had a date, although not from lack of trying ; ).Lots of RN in the hospitial so it was they who going to ask me. I am an antique dealer, former stockbroker, collecting mostly paper for myself. ADHD has made life especially difficul but it has given me great gifts as well.t. I score to believing more than what is said on the Mayer Briggs test, as a healer, concerned about others, generous to a fault, trying to protect other, an attention that sees beyond what you are saying. Also strange, I am in the top 1% of partners but because of a reclusive life style. Here with my team and Bonics I feel part of a social group. I love to read, voraciously for the most part history. I consider this projects to be of profound importance.
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