ADHD At Work

Mental-health professionals estimate that 9 million adults in the United States have ADHD.

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Do the symptoms of ADHD strain your relationship? If so, you aren't alone.

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The good news is that there are effective and loving ways to parent children with ADHD.

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Latest From The Blog

  • Shop ‘Til You Drop No More

    By Sandy Maynard
    Quick: What’s your least favorite thing to do? If you’re like my ADHD clients, shopping for groceries is right up there, along with paying bills and doing laundry.
    Supermarkets seem to be designed to play tricks on the ADHD […]

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  • Don’t Leave Home Without It

    By Dana Rayburn
    Decisions come hard for adults with ADHD, and packing a suitcase means decisions galore! “What outfit do I wear Saturday night?” and “How much can I fit into my suitcase?” are two of them.
    The typical approach for adults […]

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  • No More “What’s For Dinner?” Stress

    By Patricia Quinn, M.D.
    Why is meal planning so tough for people with ADHD? Consider what’s involved — decision-making, planning, prioritizing, navigating the aisles of a visually overwhelming supermarket-and it begins to make sense.
    Meal planning for a family is an inherently […]

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  • 7 Masks We Use to Hide Our Faults

    By Linda Roggli, PCC
    Many adults with ADHD feel they are living a charade. They construct intricate facades designed to hide the personality traits that cause them the most shame, then they spend their days fearing someone will expose them as […]

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  • All You Need Is Self-Love

    By Edward Hallowell, M.D.
    One of the biggest challenges facing people with ADHD is maintaining a positive self-view. We adults are usually hyper-critical of ourselves. We magnify our sins and shortcomings, and minimize our virtues and achievements. We believe that the positives […]

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  • What Is ADHD Hyperfocus?

    By Royce Flippin
    A common — but confusing — symptom of ADHD is called “hyperfocus,” or the ability to zero in intensely on an interesting project or activity for hours at a time.

    It’s no secret that children and adults with ADHD often […]

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  • Fired No More!

    By Eric Allstrom
    Treatment for adult attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) has given me the wisdom to work at jobs I can handle — and to avoid those I can’t.

    Shortly after my 55th birthday, I was fired from a job after […]

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  • 11 Signs You May Have High-Functioning ADHD, According To An Expert

    By Carolyn Steber
    When your life is feeling a bit “off,” it’s not always easy to figure out what, exactly, is going wrong. But there are plenty of explanations worth looking into. Are you’re always running late, missing deadlines at work, […]

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  • Girl Power(houses): Inspiring Women with ADHD

    By Karen Barrow
    Women with ADHD are fighters. They battle to have their symptoms evaluated, diagnosed, and treated. And then they fight to succeed in a male-centric world — and these seven leading ladies prove that they sometimes win big! Learn […]

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  • Anger Management Tools For Adults with ADHD

    By Sandy Maynard
    Could better stress management be as simple as breathing, smiling, and chilling out? 7 ways for adults with ADHD to better deal with stress.
    The Relaxed Response Technique
    1. Stop and breathe.
    We are not always aware that we hold our […]

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