As everyone knows, I had a daughter who abused meth and ADHD medications were a big part of it. She would put the drugs into a pillcrusher and they'd snort them alone or with other drugs. It was her main drug of choice before she quit. Fast forwards... I have a lovely thirteen year old daughter who is a easy child. She has shown nothing but disdain for drug users and is very different from her older sister. She doesn't drink either or have wild, crazy sex or any of the fun things young teenage difficult child's can do. We are testing her for ADHD. She asked for the test. She said, "Mom, I have it. I can't concentrate." This is her third plea for an evaluation. She does have Learning Disability (LD) problems and is labeled Learning Disability (LD) at school. Her grades have steadily been going up and last report card was especially exciting as she almost made the honor roll. She is also a top athlete at school. I know that some kids with ADHD have server social problems, but this kid is the only child I've raised who is friends with everyone and very popular. Obviously, she has zilch social problems...she is a very level-headed kid and a great friend (except for the times that she's not...lol...anyone with a girl knows what I mean). But she's kind. Ok, enough of lauding her...she is by far the easiest child I've raised and the most balanced. If she has ADHD, and she was YOUR child, would you still give her medication for it? If so, why? This child is very disorganized. Her room is a disaster. Because she is such a good kid and I know it's hard for her, I really don't press for her to keep it neat. She does forget to bring things to school and I run them over for her. She goes to the Resource Center every day and has a diagnosis of Auditory Processing Disorder. Is it worth it to rock the boat? I'm afraid she'll get moody on stimulants or even start abusing them. Please help. Your opinions will help me be more objective. I've already decided that Adderrall will not be an option. Thanks!