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ADHD Time Management Strategies

It’s no secret that “time management” is a major issue for many of us today.  This is particularly true for anyone whose life is affected by attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).  Whether you are living with ADD / ADHD, or a loved one is, you have likely felt the effects! And you’ve probably said this [...]

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ADHD Strength Building

In my work with parents and children, I really try to help people identify and focus on the unique talents we are all born with.  I really believe in that…  I’m not talking about “gifts,” but instead the one or two things that each individual really does well. What does that look like in coaching? [...]

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Attend The Virtual ADHD Conference

If you or someone you loved is affected by ADHD, you don’t want to miss this incredible event.  Hear from renowned speakers and ADHD experts like: Ned Hallowell Sari Solden Daniel Amen And many more… The best part?  All from the comforts of your home. My friends and colleagues Jen Koretsky and Terry Matlen are [...]

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Setting Up Habits And Routines

Establishing good habits are extremely beneficial to many people, but for someone struggling with ADHD, they can mean the difference between ongoing struggle and getting on the road to success. Unfortunately, the trickiest part of establishing habits is often doing just that…  Setting them up.  Sticking to it… But once we get going, then it [...]

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Sometimes You Have To Bite Your Tongue

File this under “Choose Your Own Battles…” One of the alleged characteristics of someone with ADHD is that they tend to speak their mind without a filter. For the record, I’m not really sure how this is a bad thing. In fact – it’s one of the traits I love most about people. You always [...]

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Success Strategy – Someone Finally Gets It!

Does this sound familiar? You need to call customer service, be it an emergency – the only time you have available – or you just want to get this over and done with, resolved once and for all… Is that too much to ask for? I don’t think so – instead of reaching a human, [...]

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Lessons From Life – Hollywood Edition

Too old or too good? You be the judge… This afternoon I saw the trailer for the latest Indiana Jones movie. When I first heard about this film being released – I had a few less than positive reactions: Give it a rest already… Isn’t he too old? Too little, too late? Could they ruin [...]

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Man Of Science Or Faith?

LOST Returns Tonight – Will You Be Watching? For those of you who are avid followers and fans of the television show LOST, tonight marks the long-anticipated return of one of television’s most exciting shows. While watching Wednesday’s repeat of the 3rd Season Finale – I was reminded of two very different approaches to viewing [...]

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More About "The Truth Behind ADHD"

When I started writing this blog – I had a pretty good sense of what I wanted to talk about, and where I wanted to go. It all started with the idea that there are many truths behind ADHD. It doesn’t matter whether you are a parent, spouse, partner, child, or sibling of someone who [...]

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Oops – I Skipped Over Chapter 2

I don’t know how I did it – but it looks like I skipped right over reviewing Chapter 2 for you all. Oops! I am so glad I caught this, because Chapter 2 has some great content. Chapter 2: “Parenting Doesn’t Cause ADHD – Genes Do.” Dr. Monastra reviews and dispels some of the major [...]

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