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writ·ing

(rīt'ing)
1. The act of forming letters to produce a visible and intelligible body of coherent language.
2. The product of such activity.

writ·ing

(rīt'ing)
1. The act of forming letters to produce a visible and intelligible body of coherent language.
2. The product of such activity.

Patient discussion about writing

Q. I am diagnosed with ADHD. I am writing here to get some advice or suggestion for me. I’m TOm, a student in high school. I am diagnosed with ADHD. I am writing here to get some advice or suggestion for me. When my friends are enjoying the holidays with joy I am stressed out over the holidays. I want to enjoy my holidays ….I don’t have any reason. Please help me.

A. Sounds like too much anxiety and over stimulus. Niacinamide not niacin, 250 mg , 2 or 3 times a day may help.Niacinamide is a B Vitamin and is a natural tranq. If you are over active, evening primrose oil, 3 in the morning and then again in the afternoon. There was a study done awhile back that showed that those with ADHD either have a deficiency in or higher requirement for essential fatty acids. I have used this on my son diagnosed with the same and it worked very well. Try it! What do you have to lose, right?

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It's your first time and all that." But I think any playwright--first play, last play, or whatever--should have his or her name on the marquee, identifying him as the person who wrote this play.
I wrote constantly throughout junior high and high school, mostly short stories for my friends.
If he wrote a book in 1965, and it didn't come out until 1967, he had already gone through three more new passions and obsessions.
Marquise Cormier is a nine-year-old powerhouse who wrote his first book when he was only seven.
We learn something about how the woodsman conceives of writing: "When I told him that I wrote considerably, he thought for a long time that it was merely handwriting which I meant, for he could write a remarkably good hand himself." (26) The woodsman simply has no conception of a grander intellectual purpose implicit in the action of making one's letters.
"Why the hell should they?" he wrote. "If you want to make another experiment, kindly perform it on yourself."
On this day Sam wrote, "Once upon a time there as a mean dragon." His writing made it apparent that Sam's confidence in himself had not been crushed the day before.
As junior faculty, we wrote about what we knew: teacher education classrooms, PK12 schools, and college students struggling with applications of theory.
"No thought exists without a sustaining support," Bochner wrote in 1969 as an epigraph to a preparatory sketch for his inscribed wall drawing Theory of Boundaries, 1969-70, which posits the inseparability of any inference about the coordinates of space from its real or thinkable visualization (the "support," a pun on the conventional role of the canvas) or its symbolic relationship to the world through language.
Irony, ambiguity, obscurity, and an allusiveness borne of political censorship: these and other such encodings find no room in Edwards's version of the love poetry, which requires little interpretation beyond considering where Donne was when he wrote, what he was thinking and feeling while writing, and whom he was addressing.
Salaam: When you wrote A System of Dante's Hell, at one point you decided just to start with memory.
Wells makes the useful distinction between the register (roughly, a genre's characteristic "voice") of "health" and the register of "medicine." Writing in the register of health, a man or woman wrote of matters of personal and public hygiene in language fit for the general public; in the register of medicine, one addressed colleagues about disease etiology and therapeutics, pathology, the body, in short about matters not fit for frank public discussion.