BY LARRY SILVER, M.D. When an individual has only attention deficit disorder (ADHD or ADD), treatment is often a life changer. Stimulants or nonstimulants — particularly when paired with behavior therapy, dietary changes, and exercise — can spark a dramatic improvement. Some individuals, however, continue to experience significant symptoms — deep sadness, anxiety, defiance, learning and organization problems […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Keath Low In order for the relationship to thrive, you must also be compatible with this person. If you want to maintain the relationship over the long term, you must also address negative patterns that have gotten you in trouble in the past. Finding the Right Partner Beginning to date or re-entering the dating process after a […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
by Dr. Michael Breus I’ve been interested for a long time in the relationship between ADHD and sleep, and particularly in the risk of misdiagnosis of ADHD for what may be sleep problems. In both adults and children with ADHD, sleep problems are common—often significantly more common than in the general population. What’s more, the symptoms of sleeplessness […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Jonathan Halverstadt Relationships are hard, and when we accept that fact, we are dealing with reality, not the fantasy that “all you need is love.” All we need is love? I don’t think so. You need coping skills to compensate for your weaknesses and to save your relationship. What tools should you have in your relationship […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Lynn Weiss, PH.D. Does your ADHD brain tune out and have a hard time paying attention, to your best friend who has invited you to coffee to explain why she broke up with the love of her life? Two sentences into her sad story, your mind has wandered. You hate to admit it, but […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By FastBraiin Staff No matter how well your marriage seems to be, ADHD marriage success tips can help make it better. Relationships can be hard. The closer and longer the relationship, the more difficult and challenging it can become to keep making it work. After all, a significant number of marriages fail and end in divorce. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Additude Editors It takes someone about three months to form a habit, whether they have ADHD or not. The best way to form a habit is to create a “ritual” – an activity or set of activities that you keep doing the same way. Say you’re always losing your keys in your house because you put […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Fast Braiin Staff For many people, getting ADHD organization strategies to work sometimes feels impossible. If you have ADHD, then you know what it means to struggle with organization. This includes every type of organization, too. From organizing schedules to finances to your wardrobe to your home, most any type of organization feels frustratingly elusive. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Harriet Steinberg Why do so many of us put off doing taxes until April? Because it’s all so overwhelming! Use these tips to overcome common hurdles, find the right paperwork, and simplify the process so you’re done before April 15. Keep things simple. What do you need to get started? 1. Create a file […]Continue Reading... No Comments.