ADD Resources on iTunes

A while back I wrote post about the book Delivered From Distraction being available as an Audio Download. I also wrote a post about the Music to De-Stress CD. Well, I just discovered that both of those resources are currently available through iTunes. For those who have Ipods this is very convenient.

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What have you done?

It’s just about time for the Holidays which means many people are stressing out about what they still need to do. With the new year coming soon many are also thinking about what they want to do in 2006. I’m sure many people especially those with Attention Deficit Disorder probably haven’t stopped to think about…

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Ambiguous Deadlines

Like many other people with Attention Deficit Disorder I really do not like deadlines. I know intellectually that deadlines are in fact needed. If we didn’t have them we would probably never get thing done. What I dislike more than deadlines is Ambiguous or confusing deadlines. Is to be done or handed in I need…

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Heart vs Head

  Like many so many adults with ADD I am a very emotional person. I can tend to let my heart rule my head. This isn’t always a bad thing but quite often people with Attention Deficit Disorder can get into trouble this way. When we let only our hearts or emotions rule our actions…

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Accepting and Dealing with our ADD Brains

Sometimes people with Attention Deficit Disorder get very frustrated with themselves because of the ways they do things. We can spend a lot of time and energy trying to change these things. While we can learn new skills and strategies, changing the way our brains work isn’t a very easy thing to do. Many times…

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ADD Reality With Jerry Seiden

I came across a great resource for Adult ADD today. It’s the ADD Reality Show which is a podcast hosted by Jerry Seiden. In addition to this wonderful podcast he has also written a book called BORN LOSERS OR LEADERS? A Positive Spiritual Perspective on ADD. I haven’t read the book yet but Jerry has…

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Attention Deficit Disorder: The Unfocused Mind in Children and Adults

It’s been quite while since I have written a book review here. One might think that since I received 3 new books about ADD over the past 3 months that it would have been very easy to have done 1 review book per month. This wasn’t the case for me at all since my Attention…

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Scrolling is NOT ADD Friendly

Most people surfing the web dislike having to scroll down pages to read information. If a person has Attention Deficit Disorder this dislike usually turns in hatred.  I don’t know why anybody designing a web site would intentionally put 7 pages worth information on one single web page. A blog is a bit of an…

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