Michelle Suppers of Manassas, Va., has struggled her whole life with being organized. When her older son, Anthony, was diagnosed with ADHD, she suspected that she might also have attention-deficit problems.
Michelle Suppers of Manassas, Va., has struggled her whole life with being organized. When her older son, Anthony, was diagnosed with ADHD, she suspected that she might also have attention-deficit problems.
Michelle Suppers of Manassas, Va., has struggled her whole life with being organized. When her older son, Anthony, was diagnosed with ADHD, she suspected that she might also have attention-deficit problems.

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May 10, 2011 12:00 AM

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