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Dr Russell Barkley - ADHD Motivation Deficit Disorder

Dr Russell Barkley, Ph.D giving a lecture on ADHD at The Centre for ADHD/ADD Advocacy Canada (CADDAC). To view the full-length lectures, visit http://www.cad...

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Comment by Shelley on April 29, 2012 at 2:51pm
Comment by JeanneF on January 16, 2012 at 5:22pm

Can someone give me the full link to the videos mentioned above?  The link shown is incomplete.  I'd really like to see this whole thing. Lack of motivation is probably the number one thing I've been trying to understand about myself.

Comment by Charlotte on January 12, 2012 at 11:38am

Hi Galadriel,

Thanks for sharing the ADHD videos.  I would like to share them with some of my ADHD friends on a Forum we have.  The first one really helped me to feel better.  I wish everyone who doesn't have ADHD could hear some of these videos.  It's hard enough sometimes that we have to deal with so much in ADHD but I think it's even harder trying to explain our actions or nonactions to others.  Education is the key to making others aware.  Thanks again for sharing.

Comment by Chet Rider on December 23, 2011 at 2:14pm

He says its not a gift and agree with him to some degree. I mean we wouldnt be taking medication if it was a gift but at the same time when he says that talent doesnt stem from ADHD, i have to disagree. I think having ADHD does make us more creative, almost like our other senses have been forced to catch up and this is why we are so smart in many other ways.

Comment by Diedre A. Dunham on December 9, 2011 at 12:27pm

Self-Modavational Deffecet, Wow I did not know this was part of it. It explains allot! Did help me understand a little more about what this ADHD has stuck me with!!!!

Comment by Galadriel on November 11, 2011 at 2:21pm

The stuff this guy talks about in his lectures has made so many things clear for me. Some of it is upsetting because he doesn't pretend its a blessing to have adhd, but it helped me lighten up on myself and also to give up some methods that weren't helping me.

Comment by ADDelf on November 6, 2011 at 4:11am
This was extremely insightful!  No wonder when I am being told that I am not doing well at my job, I do even worse!!  My boss has taken away all the source of my motivation!!

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