Adult ADD Meetup

I went to my very first Adult ADD Meetup tonight. I had actually tried to start organizing an Adult ADD Meetup a couple of years ago but it never got "organized". After about a year or so I decided to try it once again. We were supposed to me last month but I canceled the…

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One of my ADD / ADHD Projects

I try not to make this blog a blatant attempt to market my ADD related services but rather provide readers with valuable content. I think in this post I can talk about one of my ADD projects and provide valuable content at the same time. A project that I have been working over the past…

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Living With ADD When You’re Not the One Who Has It

Living With ADD When You’re Not the One Who Has It is a great new book by Mimi Handlin. For quite some time spouses and partners of adults with ADD have been looking for resources specifically geared towards them. Until the book Living With ADD When You’re Not the One Who Has It came out,…

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Buddies for Adult ADD Tasks

I have read suggestions in books like ADD Friendly Ways to Organize Your Life about having a clutter buddy to help de-clutter and organize. Gerard Montigny of Succeeding with ADHD also talks about ADHD Cleaning Buddies. As a an ADD Coach and a person with Adult ADD I also think having a buddy to help…

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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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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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Surviving the Holidays

Well the good news is that if you are able to read this post then you have survived one of the big holidays. Now relax and take a few deep breaths! You will be able to survive the rest of the holiday season too! There are some great online resources to help support people with…

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Getting back on Track

It’s OK to slip up or get off track every once in a while. I think it’s actually a good thing for people with ADD to have pitfalls. The trick is being able to get right back on on track. Getting back on track can be a huge challenge for many people with Attention Deficit…

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ADD Friendy Ways to Enjoy the Holidays

I was just reading the post "Money and the Holidays" on the Adult ADD and Money site. It reminded me that since it is almost October that is really is time to begin thinking about the Holidays. Usually around this time each year I start to think about how I will do all my shopping…

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