Personal and Professional ADHD

I just got back today from 4 days of exhibiting at the Learning and the Brain Conference. People who attended the conference were mostly clinicians (psychologists, mental health counselors and social workers) and educators. So I thought it would be a great group of people to let know about the services ADDClasses.com offers. What really…

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In Case You Missed It…

Wow, I was quite busy this past week! On Wednesday’s Living with Adult ADD/ ADHD Radio Show I interviewed Bryan Hutchinson author of the book One Boy’s Struggle. If you missed the live show you can listen to it here. On Tuesday night Nancy Ratey gave the free Teleseminar The Disorganized Mind at ADDClasses.com. Even…

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Penis Size and ADHD

Yes, you read the title right! I’m writing about ADHD and Penis size!! Somebody actually found my blog by searching for ADHD and Penis Size. So, this may solve the mystery about why somebody was doing a search a while back for ADHD Penis. I also discovered that some men over at ADD Forums are…

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Forgetting Birthdays?

Yesterday was my sister’s birthday and I know that April 20th is her birthday. On Saturday I asked my husband to remind me on Sunday to call her or email her to wish her a happy birthday. Luckily for me my sister isn’t into mailing out birthday cards so both of us are fine with…

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Money Talk

Last night on the Living ADD / ADHD Radio Show I interviewed John MacKenzie author of the blog Adult ADD and Money. We had a really great conversation about how ADHD affects finances and money.  If you missed it you can listen to it here. One of the things we discussed is the fact that…

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Power of Connection

If people told me 5 or 6 years ago that leading groups and being part of groups was going to be something I was doing I would have told them they were crazy. Like many people with ADHD social situations have always been challenging to me. I’m also an introvert by nature and prefer to…

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ADDers and ADHDers

I was just browsing through some ADD and ADHD Blogs and came across a comment about the term ADHDers. The commenter demanded the person writing the blog not call people with ADHD "ADHDers". Over the past decade I have observed that there is a love hate relationship with the terms "ADDers" and "ADHDers". Those who…

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Women with ADHD – Julie’s Story

I could not understand the cycles. I have so many interests and what I call "brief but intense enthusiasms," so I’d get involved in a variety of projects (all good things). I’d take on too many responsibilities in each area–sometimes just because I was good at it and desperately needed to feel good about myself.…

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Jury Duty

I had Jury Duty this past Tuesday. In the past I never actually had to go to Jury Duty because when I had called the night before I was told I didn’t have to go in. I just assumed this time would be the same. When I called the number on Monday it said I…

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Strength Based Diagnosis?

I’m a bit confused as to why Dr. Hallowell and Dr. Handelman are promoting the idea of a Strength Based Diagnosis of ADHD to the general public. Don’t get me wrong I think focusing on the strengths of a person with ADHD (or anybody for that matter) is a very good idea. What I don’t…

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