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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Delegating Responsibilities to Others

  What’s the key to success for those with Adult ADD? Well, if I knew the ultimate answer to that question I’m sure I would be a very wealthy woman. But, I have learned that one skill that successful Adults with ADD have is being ables to delegate. These people have learned to focus on…

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The Adult ADD Audio Coach

The ADD Audio Coach is a great program for people with ADD. This program isn’t meant to actually take the place of an actual live ADD Coach. However, it can be a wonderful tool for those with Adult ADD to either use by themselves are with their ADD Coach. The workbook and CDs are very…

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Is Jennifer Wilbanks a Woman with Attention Deficit Disorder?

Like so many other Americans I have followed the Jennifer Wilbanks Runaway Bride story. Unlike many people I was not angered and outraged when I learned the truth about what this woman did. I am by no means condoning what she did but this is a woman with some real emotional issues. She was a…

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Getting Started on Projects

Getting started on large projects can be quite a challenge for people with Attention Deficit Disorder. Quite often those with Adult ADD tend too only see on the big picture. It can be tough to realize that there are actually many small steps in completing projects. When people with Attention Deficit Disorder on see the…

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Living with a Spouse with Adult ADD

  It’s not always the just Adults with ADD who need help and support. Many times those who care about people with Attention Deficit Disorder need help too. Spouse and Partners of people with ADD quite often needs just as much support and understanding about Adult ADD as those they care about.   There are…

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Shifting out of Hyperfocus

Many people with Attention Deficit Disorder have the ability to hyperfocus on things that they have a great interest in. Many times this can be a great way to get something done or to work on a project. The down side of hyperfocusing is that many time people with Attention Deficit Disorder have a lot…

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Completing Daily Tasks

  Completing daily tasks can be very challenging for many adults with ADD. Many times people with ADD get very overwhelmed and do not know where to begin because there just seems too much to do. Something that can be very helpful to people with Attention Deficit Disorder is using a daily task chart and…

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Adult ADD and Money Management

     I want to let people know about a great blog called Adult ADD Finance. It offers some great tips and advice for Adult ADD and Money Management Issues. It includes some great posts like Payday budget and Don’t Know much about nothing. It also has a section for readers to ask questions about…

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Patton Oswalt has Adult ADD

I have posted before about the Television show the King of Queens in my post The King of ADD. Last night as I was in bed watching Jimmy Kimmel I heard Patton Oswalt say several time that he has Attention Deficit Disorder. Patton Oswalt plays Doug’s friend Spence on the Show The King of Queens.…

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