Amazing Special One Time Offer

I bet you were expecting this blog post to be about an offer for a program through ADDClasses.com or my ADHD Coaching services. I’m also sure the title sparked some interest and some emotion. Some of you were probably excited and couldn’t wait to see what it was I was offering. Others were probably turned…

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ADHD and Medication

The topic of ADHD and medication is one that I tend to stay away from. Though I’ve educated myself quite a bit about Attention Deficit Disorder and medication, I’m still not a medical professional. I’m an ADHD Coach and I really don’t think it’s my place to discuss medication. I strongly believe that it is…

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Support Groups

Tomorrow night at 10:30 pm ET/ 7:30 pm  PT I will be interviewing Pete Quily about Adult ADHD Support Groups on the Living with Adult ADD / ADHD Radio Show. We will talk about how to start and run an adult ADHD support group. You can listen to it here!

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ADHD in the Workplace

A study was recently conducted showing that Adults with ADHD miss 3 weeks of work per year. The results really didn’t come as much of a surprise to me since I work with many of my ADHD Coaching clients on work related issues. There’s also quite a bit of discussion over at ADD Forums about…

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ADHD Community Updates

Over the next few months I am scheduled to be speaking about ADHD and the Internet which is something I’ve grown to know a lot about. In the next couple of weeks I will be interviewed about ADHD and the internet as part of the ADHD Parenting Strategies Series. In July I’m speaking at the…

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Sometimes Reality Does Bite

This past weekend I attended and spoke at the ADD Coaches Conference. It was a great experience. I connected with people I hadn’t seen in a while and made some great new connections. I left the conference both exhausted and energized at the same time. Yesterday I was talking to my mother on the phone…

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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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So, What’s new with You?

Since Michele Novotni offered the free Teleseminar Adult ADHD and Social Success and the ADD Book Club starts discussing her book about social skills tonight, social skills has been on my mind a lot lately. Yesterday I went to a family bridal shower and was really observing how people interacted with each other and was…

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