Amanda: [00:09:38] How do I know that ADHD is real? I know that ADHD is real because we have dinner and my son has slid under the table, and I’m just like, “Hey, can you sit up here? We’re good, you know, your food’s up here?” I know that ADHD is real because my husband sets a timer to get my son’s bedtime routine going. And it’s for both of them not just for my son. I know that ADHD is real because we have chosen, we made the choice, to use medication with our son. And when he doesn’t take it, he’s very scattered and he can say so. He can tell us that his brain is moving too fast. So we know it’s real, because when he takes that medication, he slows down a little bit, too, and he can respond to other things that we’re doing as well as medication. He can respond to lists and checklists and prompts, and things like that. And I know it’s real because I feel like I am the only person in my house who’s taking care of the executive functioning, like organizing and planning and all of those things.