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 Eileen Bailey Pulling off a Thanksgiving dinner takes planning and organization. For many adults with ADHD, these are problem areas, leaving them feeling frazzled, frustrated and inadequate. Below are eight tips to help you remain calm and spend the day enjoying your family. Thanksgiving isn’t really all about the food. Yes, we look forward […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Coach RudyRodríguez, LCSW Think Holiday Season and what comes to mind is – joy, peace and happiness… NOT! ADHD and the holiday season are more likely characterized by overwhelm, stress and anxiety. However, the good news is that there are some things you can do to help make the holiday’s a bit more ADHD […]Continue Reading... No Comments.