Adults with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, are hardwired for hyperactivity, distraction and impulsivity. These individuals struggle with organization, prioritization and time management. They overlook details, need extra motivational nudges and may not socialize well with the rest of the staff. Perhaps the biggest difference of all, however, is that people with ADHD have difficulty transitioning […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
ADD Relationships . . . Those of you currently or previously in relationship with and adult with ADD know that it can be fun, creative as well as frustrating and overwhelming. I am conducting some research to prepare updated articles and an eventual seminar and couples workshop regarding ADD relationships. I want YOU… If you […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
This is the second article in a series on “Mindfulness and ADHD”. I’ve previously mentioned that, “Mindfulness is truly bringing ‘present moment awareness’ into every moment… while eating, walking, working and even during multi-tasking”. Of course, adults with ADHD frequently experience disorganization, forgetfulness, distractibility and more. Attention deficit or poor attention and focus are significant […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
There has been much written lately about the benefits of Mindfulness for ADHD. There are actually some studies being conducted at Duke University on the utilization of Mindfulness Meditation to increase focus and decrease distractibility for ADD.Continue Reading... No Comments.
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. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.