Peer Coaching Action Groups

I’m really excited to announce that the ADD Coaching Club has just added 2 new Group Coaching sessions!! In addition to the 4 group coaching sessions with the coaches there are now 2 peer coaching action group sessions too. These sessions will be led by a long term ADD Coaching Club member. These sessions are…

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ADHD Marriage Reality Show

This afternoon ADDClasses.com hosted the Free TeleSeminar "Help for Mixed-ADHD Couples". Over the past few years there have been some great classes at ADDClasses.com. In my opinion the "Help for Mixed-ADHD Couples" class today is the most entertaining one. In case you missed the class this afternoon or would like to listen to again it’s…

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My Favorite ADHD Books??

I recently received an email from somebody asking me what my favorite ADHD book is and why. This person also wanted to know which one book I recommend. Well, in all honesty I really can’t answer this question. I don’t have just one favorite book and I really can’t recommend only one book. I can…

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I Put my Credit Card Where?

Earlier this evening I was was planning to purchase something business related online and needed my credit card. My business credit card is usually in my wallet or right in front of me on my desk. I searched both places several times and couldn’t find it. I even emptied out my purse and had my…

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Who Cares Where They Came From!

The other night Ari Tuckman, PsyD presented the TeleSeminar Adult ADHD and Building Self-Esteem through ADDClasses.com. It was an excellent class which I highly recommend. One thing that Dr. Tuckman brought up that didn’t sit well with some people was that research suggests that ADHD is only a neurobiological condition and does not come with…

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I Hate Paper too!

The software that I use for the Free ADHD TeleSeminars at ADDClasses.com has directions telling people to print the page out as a reminder so they won’t forget about the Free ADHD Teleseminar. I can’t remove those directions and I’m sure most people don’t even pay attention to it either. I did get a funny…

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Integrative Treatment for Adult ADHD

The Living with ADD Book of the month for January, 2008 is Integrative Treatment for Adult ADHD: A Practical, Easy-To-Use Guide for Clinicians by Ari Tuckman, PsyD. Even though the intended audience of this book is clinicians it’s written so anybody can understand it. It’s a great book for adults with ADHD and anybody else…

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Are You “Well Enough” Organized?

Dr. Edward Hallowell talks about being “well enough” organized. What’s meant by being well enough organized is that you have a system that allows you to find most of the things most of the time and you are able to get things done and be on time the majority of the time. It’s not trying…

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New Logo for ADDClasses.com

I want to share with my blog readers that we just got a new logo for ADDClasses.com. I wanted to have a new logo designed for quite some time and finally made the decision this past fall to have one created. Part of the reason I kept putting it off is because as an adult…

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Dr. Phil and ADHD

Last week Sharon Howell made blog post about Dr. Phil dismissing ADD. There was recently a woman on the Dr. Phil show who told him she had ADD/ADHD and he told her that she didn’t. This really doesn’t surprise me at all. Dr. Phil has been doing this to people on his show for years.…

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