Survey Finds 29% of College Students Think ADHD Drugs Help School Performance
A survey of college students finds 29 percent mistakenly think drugs used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder increase school performance.
You may have heard that your son or daughter needs to “hit bottom” or “has to want help,” in order to get better. And therefore any attempts to otherwise convince him or her to enter treatment is wasted breath. The fact of the matter is our loved ones are often interested in getting help — but we may not always know what to listen for.