ADHD At Work

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

ADHD in Relationships

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

ADHD and Children

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

ADHD Medications

Researchers have identified how stimulant medications help to reduce motor activity.

Latest From The Blog

  • Growing Up, I Never Knew My Sister Had ADHD

    By Jennie Friedman
    Growing up in the same household with someone doesn’t mean you share the exact same childhood. Take my sister and me; we couldn’t be more different. When one sibling has undiagnosed attention deficit, and the other does not, […]

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  • ADHD and Relationships: The Other Partner

    By Larry Maucieri Ph.D., ABPP-CN
    In self-help resources on adult ADHD (including this blog), we usually focus on the people who have ADHD, and their struggles and experiences. How, for instance, does ADHD impact their work? Home life? Relationships? What we […]

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  • Don’t Just Talk, Communicate

    By Kathleen Nadeau, Phd
    Good communication is the key to strong relationships. This is true for adults with and without attention deficit. The problem is, adults with ADHD often think that they’re communicating when really they’re just talking. How to get […]

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  • You Are Not the Villain: ADHD, Emotions & Self-Blame

    By  James M. Ochoa, LPC
    There’s a lot of helpful information for people with ADHD — about medication and diagnoses, about how to get things done or finished faster, how to feel more confident about your decisions. The problem is that […]

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  • How to Unload the Burden of ADHD Negativity

    By Carl Sherman, PhD
    Most adults with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) need medication, but that’s not always enough. That’s why many experts recommend meds and psychotherapy. But as Mark, a 30-something sales representative from New York City, discovered recently, not […]

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  • What Our Blurts Betray About Us

    When you start thinking about how terrible you have it with ADHD, take a moment to remember that we are human. We do not have to rely on our instincts alone; we can change, modify, and improve. Sometimes it is […]

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  • “Perfect Is a Myth” — and Other Self-Esteem Boosters

    By Ari Tuckman
    In case you haven’t noticed, none of us is perfect. But adults with attention deficit disorder (ADD/ADHD) struggle more than most in getting through life — and their self-esteem may take a beating for it.
    What if you could […]

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  • The ADHD Brain Is Wired Differently

    On a hot summer day in my new office, my client and I were shivering cold. “The air conditioning is hyperactive, maybe?” I jokingly wondered as we pulled on sweaters. I turned the thermostat up to 76 degrees, then 80, […]

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  • How Art Therapy Tames Impulsivity, Distractibility, and Anxiety

    By Stacey Nelson
    Jacob Edward, 10, paints a clay plate he made in his past four art therapy sessions. He dips his brush into the cup of silvery black paint he has mixed, and dabs it into the cracks of the […]

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  • ADHD and Winter Depression

    By Additude Editors
    Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a mood disorder associated with depression and related to seasonal variations in light. SAD impacts 10-20 percent of the population in dim Nordic countries, and may disproportionately affect adults and children diagnosed with […]

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