Winning with ADD

I just came across a new blog today about Attention Deficit Disorder called Winning with ADD. It’s a pretty new blog but it has some great posts already. The post Velcro & ADD — A Sticky Match Made in Heaven offers a great suggestion which is making me think about going out right now and…

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The Gift of ADD: Gremlin or iPod

Through out the online ADD Community there is some what of an on going debate about whether ADD is a gift. ADD expert Edward Hallowell describes ADD as a gift that needs to be unwrapped. I like to think of ADD more like one of those gifts that I have unwrapped but just have no…

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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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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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The Show Starting Over and Women with ADHD

   As both an ADD Coach and a woman with Attention Deficit Disorder I am getting more and more frustrated with the show Starting Over. Once again there are current guests in the house with ADD. TJ is officially diagnosed with ADHD and the show has addressed it. They really don’t seem to be very…

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Using ADD as a Crutch

I often come across the phrase that people "use this or that as a crutch". Recently I have seen quite a few people referring to using the diagnosis of ADD as a crutch. When this is has been said it has a negative connotation towards it. It almost as if these people are saying that…

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Free ADD Teleclasses

In Honor of National Attention Deficit Disorder Awareness Day ADD Classes is offering free Teleclasses. For those who have ever thought about starting an ADD Support Group the the class "The Imperfect Guide to Starting an ADD Support Group" is definatley something to attend. For those who would like to learn more about managing money…

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National Attention Deficit Disorder Awareness Day

FYI – September 14, 2005 is the second national ADD Awareness Day. So what does that mean? Well, the US congress passed a resolution officially declaring September 14th National AD/HD Awareness Day. Many Organizations like ADDA are planning events to help get the word out about ADD/ADHD. ADDA is also providing ideas for both individuals…

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Tom Cruise

I have wanted to comment about Tom Cruise and his whole anti-med thing. However I have yet to find wording that sounds professional enough for me as an ADD Coach to post here. Today I came ac cross a blog entry called Dear Tom Cruise…. and I think this says it a lot better than…

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Educating others about Attention Deficit Disorder

Over the past several years I have been very active in educating people about Attention Deficit Disorder. Most of this has been done through websites and other internet related activities. In the past year or so I have also been educating people I meet about my job as an ADD Coach. Most of the time…

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