They are giving you that emotional appeal so you just

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you have ADHD. They are giving you that emotional appeal, so you just keep thinking that. Logos is a big one that I have noticed while reading over the document which is when they are trying to persuade the audience for reasoning. Treatment is one of your options but according to the document one time is not guaranteed to help you to make sure that you are better and where you need to be. The government analyzed this into useful information to get into some heads and make them just basically feel that they have ADHD. Having the symptoms does not necessarily mean you have anything in fact that could just be the way you are. This cite did amazing on trying to convince readers with pathos and ethos. They gave many emotional reasoning and symptoms that made the reader wonder if they may have CDC or HDHD. This is a really good way to ensure the reader will keep reading and want to learn more about the situation and then go see a doctor or get help. I feel like I stated in the beginning that yes, they did give us good information they ty to give us information that will scare us. The government now just wants money as you can tell in the CDC document they only
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  • Spring '16
  • Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder

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