By Casey Dixon Auld Lang Syne has been sung, the champagne corks have been popped and the ball has dropped. The New Year has arrived and maybe you’re starting to think about your New Year’s resolutions. What goals would you like to achieve this year? How will you move past thinking about those goals to […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Nancy Ratey, Ed.M. Eager to get going on your new exercise regimen? Once you start seeing results, you’ll find it easier to change your eating habits, as well. Over the years, Boston-based ADHD coach Nancy Ratey has helped dozens of clients develop and stick with exercise programs. Here are six stick-to-it strategies that she […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Marla Cummins Being able to follow through on your values as they relate to money, the topic of my last post, can be a challenge if you are an Adult with ADHD. So, it is particularly important that you have the right structures in place. Because structures are the bridge between your intentions and […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Sheri Stritof Many times an adult is diagnosed with ADD or ADHD after a child is diagnosed. Then light bulbs go off in the other spouse’s head as behaviors that hurt and sabotage the marriage are recognized as symptoms of ADHD and not a lack of caring or motivation. Even with this awareness, the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Terena Bell very relationship has its questions of timing: How many dates do you go on before sex? When should you allow your date to pick up the check? How early is too early to tell him you have ADHD? That last one isn’t a question for every new relationship. But it is for […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Melissa Orlov, Nancie Kohlenberger, LMFT If you’ve been talking with your partner about the same ADHD-related marriage problems for many years, it may be time to take a different approach and create a work-around. When it comes to having good fights with your partner, it’s important to understand that more than half of your […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
ADHD and Executive Function Disorder (EFD) are tightly linked, but far from synonymous. They both make it exceedingly difficult to complete tasks and stay organized, but EFD impacts nearly all goal-directed behavior. How to tell the difference — and get it under control. By ADDitude What Are Executive Functions? Up to 90 percent of kids with […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The holiday season might have many parents searching out for an ADHD holiday survival guide. So many changes happen during the holidays, that oftentimes sticking to your ADHD management quickly goes out the window. You have parties to go to and decorations to put up, and schedules change. All these things can add up to […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Sandy Maynard Why is packing such a daunting task for people with attention deficit disorder (ADD ADHD)? Is it because we don’t know where to begin? That we have to make decisions? I don’t know. I do know that putting it off does not make it easier – especially when you find your favorite […]Continue Reading... No Comments.