The most decorated Olympian in US history Michael Phelps took over the 2012 London Olympics in the swimming category and ended up retiring with 22 Olympic medals. This successful athlete used his swimming vocation to channel the intensity of childhood ADD/HD. Even though Phelps was diagnosed with ADD/HD as a child, he focused on swimming and mastered it.
Is ADD/HD a gift or a curse?
There are many factors to play into the shift of ADD/HD from gift to curse highlights Dr. Kevin Ross Emery. One of those parts is how to engage and keep engaged the brilliant mind similar to what Michael Phelps did.
With ADD/HD there is no single miracle cure, fortunately there are strategies, shifts and changes that helps ADD/HD become a gift and removes irritating habits.
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