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This girl he met has “ADHD”. Lamar more likely means that she looks at him and says that her ADHD as her reason to take Adderall (a mixture of amphetamines used to treat ADHD). This line better relates to the theme of the song overall, because it comments on how Millennial have no personal restraint.

A lot of kids from the “Section 80” generation have been diagnosed with ADHD (attention deficit-hyperactivaty disorder) since childhood; they are the first people to grow up with medicated stimulants (first Ritalin and then Adderall). It’s also possibly worth mentioning that AD-HD is pronounced this way so to be used as a triple entendre:

ADHD – Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

80-HD – Some believe cocaine use in the 80s led to high prevalence of ADHD

80-HD – Being from Section 80 (Housing Projects) is a condition in itself that requires medication.



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Someone really, seriously suffering from ADHD/ADD on here?

If so, was it diagnosed by a doctor or self-diagnosed?

 No.4

Not sure if anyone will see this, but I don't have much else going on anyway. Maybe if a few of us post about our experiences, what we view as causes, and what if any has helped we can be helped in some way or at least given some hope. If anyone else wants to post feel free to talk about things like depression and anxiety as I understand they often coincide with these problems.

Diagnosed at 14, pretty much all my life I remember having problems with attention. I was diagnosed as the 'inattentive type', which I'm not sure I myself believe in, sluggish cognitive tempo, seems to describe me better. Not that I'm sure I believe in that either. Maybe it's my now mistrust of pharmaceutical industry but I remain skeptical.

When I was diagnosed I had bad grades and was prescribed Adderall. My grades were abysmal and I still never did any work at home but doing schoolwork during study hall pushed me to a C average, but there were consequences, ones that I didn't even consider because I didn't think much about taking the pill every morning. I was quiet before but this pushed me to be even quieter, stare off into nowhere in class, and look and feel like a robot with my motions; stiff and lifeless. Combination of still not having the best attention span and depression made me have no interest in pursuing hobbies. All of this culminated in withdrawing further into being depressed until I tried to kill myself at 17.

Parents pulled me out of school, went through a lot of therapy, started taking zoloft. Made me more outgoing but the overly happy loopy type. Stopped taking zoloft after about a year and a half. Still never got attention problems sorted so I just kind of started to move from one obsession to the next. Got my GED and went to CC and worked part time.

From 19-21 time just seemed to slip away, about every 2 months I'd seem to have a new idea for a career and be excited and energetic move on and repeat. Rapid mood swings. I avoided seeing any kind of psychiatrist out of mistrust even though the mood swings and anxiety were quite bad. In my current job, it seems I meet a lot of people who have the EXACT same experience from taking Adderall/Ritalin as a teenager.

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>>4

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Possibly getting it next month (waiting for my smart pills to come). I've been on lamotrigine for a while, currently 100mg, increasing 50mg per week. When I get to 250mg the doctor will eval me and see if he can get me into adderal or something. I can hardly wait, not being able to concentrate on anything is suffering.




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