Comment: On the pains of growing up
It is at this time of year that young people are sitting exams, fretting at the thought that they may fail, or not do as well as they would have liked, thus letting down their parents, their teachers and themselves – because, after all, who do they go to school for? Many will have struggled to overcome hidden disabilities, from coordination problems to specific learning difficulties and language impairment.
ADHD in practice 2012; 4(2): 3–3
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