Prompt 2 - My brother had no option he was born with ADHD and since my mom knows only greetings in English and my dad can create only a couple of

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My brother had no option; he was born with ADHD and since my mom knows only greetings in English and my dad can create only a couple of sentences in English, I had no option but to help care for my brother. His movements are unstoppable, his distraction unbearable; as I teach him math he can’t control his laughter, nor can’t he control himself from talking about random subjects as we read. He’s only ten, but he sure does consume my time like a flame consumes paper. I tried all I was capable of, and since we had decided to not dose him with medication, the task of caring for him became too heavy. The help I gave him was never enough; he needed more hours than I was able to ever offer. Unfortunately, my parents didn’t have enough money to pay for both my SAT prep and my brother’s extra tutoring. So, I silently hid my needs and happily accompanied my brother to his tutoring sessions. The aid he received helped him transition out of special education classes and win medals in math; he was standing
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This note was uploaded on 12/10/2009 for the course ENGLISH 12345 taught by Professor Handley during the Spring '09 term at Saddleback.

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Prompt 2 - My brother had no option he was born with ADHD and since my mom knows only greetings in English and my dad can create only a couple of

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