I got confirmation from a site called http://codegen.eu/ — upload your DNA and do a search for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (or find a link under a similar thing that spells it out)… I got this. It was a relief to get this depth of confirmation. It’s anonymous and free — I had 23andme from a birthday present.

I got confirmation from a site called http://codegen.eu/ — upload your DNA and do a search for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (or find a link under a similar thing that spells it out)… I got this. It was a relief to get this depth of confirmation. It’s anonymous and free — I had 23andme from a birthday present.

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sadly, nicotine and coffee are my medication. I suspect I _should_ be taking something but I think since I’ve constructed my life and interests around how I am, I don’t know how I’d be different.

If I had to meet a lot of expectations, I’d do something more concrete I suspect.

 

Composing music is impossible for me as it takes too much editing and backtracking and it’s SLOOW.Writing, too. If I can’t do it all in one sitting and have to go BACK? forget it.I never did rough drafts in school. Didn’t understand how or why. I’d write it once and that was the first draft, revision and final paper. I’d just rewrite it. didn’t know any other way.

 

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Depends what you’re measuring. If it’s ethicity, there’s about 30 different algorithms you can use – that’s on https://www.gedmatch.com – if you don’t like one, try another ’til it matches your grandparents or whatever. Free.

As far as medical stuff? It’s an ever-changing combination of medical scientists, surveys, and determination.

Take results with a grain of salt? Sure. But what you get will probably be close if nothing else.

Don’t buy into the conspiracy stuff either. So many millions have taken it. Nothing’s perfect and all subject to change, but … well, just treat is as fun then.

I know white nationalists have been shitting over the tests for a few years, probably ’cause they didn’t like their answers.

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That site (codegen) does its best to combine papers with suspected conditions and has ample space for anonymous user comments below everything.

It’s a mish-mosh but amazing.

If you’re letting it direct your life direction, don’t do it. It’s like WebMD: proceed with a clear rational head.
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