Little & ADHD

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littleJ
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Little & ADHD

Postby littleJ » 9 months ago

I have ADHD and take medication for it. However, when in little space, I feel like skipping the medication. Almost like I need a break from life. Any of you experiencing this? If so, do you keep taking your medication when in little space?

DarkAngelPrincess
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Re: Little & ADHD

Postby DarkAngelPrincess » 9 months ago

I also have ADHD. When in little space it's hard taking my medicine, but even though I no longer have a daddy, I always try to remember that if I take my medicine like a good girl, that I will get a reward.

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Pixiestix
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Re: Little & ADHD

Postby Pixiestix » 8 months ago

I feel the same way I also have ADHD. I try to be a good girl and take my medication, but I have a bad habit of forgetting or not wanting to take them, especially when I am in little space. In fact I have a set of meds I need to take sitting next to me I was suppose to take 4 hours ago >>

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Rock_N_Roll_Writer
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Re: Little & ADHD

Postby Rock_N_Roll_Writer » 7 months ago

I have a hard time remembering to take my medicine in general. Since it's supposed to be a once-daily med that I take in the morning, if I put it off for too long then I literally cannot take it.
But, I recently found a method that works for me: a water bottle by my bed next to the medicine, so I see it when I wake up in the morning.
Usually, when I go into little space, my medicine is already in my system. But it's still good to take it, anyway. After all, imagine how much MORE of a good little you could be if you didn't have to struggle as much with your mind distracting you!
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littleJ
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Re: Little & ADHD

Postby littleJ » 5 months ago

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Toasty
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Re: Little & ADHD

Postby Toasty » 5 months ago

I've noticed that a lot of littles need reminders to take their medicine, me included. I was diagnosed with very mild ADHD which has caused me to suffer in my jobs in the past. I even lost a job within a week because I was having a hard time focusing.

I'm the same way about my medicine. Since I don't have a caregiver to remind me to take my medicine I use phone apps to remind me. I have one called Habitica where if I take my medicine every day it gives me a little experience and gold that I can use to buy armor and stuff. It's really good for making sure I brush my teeth, take my pills, do my chores.

FishyOrange
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Re: Little & ADHD

Postby FishyOrange » 4 months ago

I don't take ADHD meds anymore but I take allergy meds and that's hard to remember. Sometimes I feel like telling someone to remind me.
I had a girlfriend and her and I were on the same meds schedule so when she took hers I'd take mine.

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Poptart
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Re: Little & ADHD

Postby Poptart » 4 months ago

This is me, and because of it I may lose my first job, about a month into it... or maybe a month and a half, before i have the ability to move to a different position that will hopefully be better
The best a mommy could do for me, is care for me :hugs: , use me to please herself :angel: , and what i love the most, say i'm a "Good boy" :luff:
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