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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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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Help! I can’t Afford an ADD Coach

I have heard quite a few people with ADD talk about not being able to afford an ADD Coach because they believe the rates are way too high. After hearing these types of comments from people with ADD I usually ask them if they have actually interviewed ADD Coaches. Most of the time the answer…

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Packing for Trips

Packing for a trip no matter how long or short the trip is can be a nightmare for people with ADD. Many times we have the best of intentions to be all packed a head of time but before we know it it’s just about time to go. And, guess what we aren’t finished packing…

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Organizing Tips and Strategies for adults with ADD

In this interactive class participants will learn tips and strategies to help Adults with ADD Organize their lives. Instructor: John Hershey Date: Tuesday May 17, 2005 Time: 8:00 pm to 9:30 pm ET Format: TeleClass Cost: Special $5.95 regular price $9.95 (long distances charges may apply) Sign up now at ADDClasses.com

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Telephone Coaching

I know that a lot of people are hesitant about working with an ADD Coach over the telephone. I think a lot of this has to do with the fact that many people with ADD process information visually. As both a person with ADD and an ADD Coach myself I am also more of a…

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