• Converting Your Learning

    Posted on August 18, 2008 by CoachRudy in Adult ADD/ADHD.

    By Shelly A. Meyers, Ed.D.   When students are in the K-12 atmosphere most teachers consider it their job to teach to all learning styles, particularly when there is an IEP to consider. This is not the case in the college atmosphere. There will be many more lecture presentations than discussions and in some cases […]

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  • Shire Launches New Site: ADHD Support Company

    Posted on August 7, 2008 by CoachRudy in ADHD In The News.

    ADHDSupport.com, an educational Web site recently re-launched by Shire, is designed to provide families, caregivers, educators and patients with tools and resources about Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).   ADHDSupport.com offers information about the recognition, diagnosis and management of the disorder, assistance with how to identify and select a healthcare professional and what to expect […]

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  • Taking Charge of Your Email

    Posted on August 4, 2008 by CoachRudy in ADHD Time Management.

    Many of us are using email and texting as a tool for social and work related communication. While these tools can be very effective they also require some level of personal management. Remember, ‘stimulation is my friend’. Email and texting can be effective, quick, entertaining AND it can be a major distraction from other, potentially […]

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  • ADD and Life Changes

    Posted on July 27, 2008 by CoachRudy in Adult ADD/ADHD.

    It’s not uncommon for some adults with ADD to lead fairly normal lives, everything going well and suddenly find themselves struggling with unfamiliar behaviors such as clutter and disorganization (mental and physical), uncommon tardiness (appointments and personal engagements, paying bills), and struggling to get things done.   I find this often to be the case […]

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  • Not Enough

    Posted on July 15, 2008 by CoachRudy in Adult ADD/ADHD.

    Have you ever heard yourself or others remark, “There’s not enough time”? If you have, you’re certainly in good company. It’s not uncommon for ADHD adults to experience a shortage of both time and money in their lives. While it is true that most ADHD adults struggle with management of time and money, it’s also […]

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  • ADD humor of the day

    Posted on July 4, 2008 by CoachRudy in Adult ADD/ADHD.

    Yesterday, I started my washing machine and also ran water in my sink to wash dishes. Well, I sat down at the computer, kept hearing water running, and thought it was the washing machine. I looked in the kitchen, and there was about an inch of water on the floor and the sink was overflowing. […]

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  • Is ADHD An Advantage For Nomadic Tribesmen?

    Posted on June 13, 2008 by CoachRudy in ADHD In The News.

    I heard this fascinating report on the NPR/BBC News report a few nights ago. I was sent this article today. This reminds me of Dr. Hartmans ADD theory about ‘Hunters and Farmers’. “ScienceDaily (Jun. 10, 2008) — A propensity for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) might be beneficial to a group of Kenyan nomads, according […]

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  • Taking Delight In Your ADHD

    Posted on June 11, 2008 by CoachRudy in Adult ADD/ADHD.

    As adults with ADHD, when we have things go wrong in our life it’s so easy for us to see our own mistakes, our failures and our quirky ways. Some of us are fearful that others too will see our ADHD behavior (flaws) and attempt to hide them from others. Unfortunately, this style of thinking only focuses on the ‘not-so-good’ behaviors and outcomes. This thinking attacks our self esteem and it may drive us ‘under-the-radar’ in hopes that no one will notice.

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  • June Events Calendar

    Posted on May 31, 2008 by CoachRudy in Adult ADD/ADHD.

    Thursday, June 19, 2008 –   [ 7:30 – 9:00pm ] Tele-Support Group for ADHD Adults This is a ‘virtual’ support group conducted by teleconference which makes the group available to anyone, anywhere with telephone access. The ADHD Adult Support Group bridges the isolation often experienced by adults with ADHD symptoms and behaviors. Join us and find support […]

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  • Ask the Coach – Open Topic Q&A Call

    Posted on May 11, 2008 by CoachRudy in Adult ADD/ADHD.

    Instructor: Rudy Rodriguez, LCSW, Certified Intrinsic CoachTM When:   Thursday, May 22, 2008           Fee:        FREE                                                            Time:    7:30 – 8:30pm EST  This is an open topic coaching call. Come prepared with your questions about adult ADHD. **For registration & more info:  http://www.adhdcenterforsuccess.com/adhd-success-teleclasses/

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