By June Silny Some people set new year’s resolutions to cut calories or exercise every day, then set off down a straight and steady path toward success with nothing but their self-discipline in tow. Those people don’t have ADHD. Which is not to say we can’t achieve meaningful, positive change; it just means we have […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By FastBraiin Staff Everyone is guilty of giving up on some of their new year resolutions every now and then; however, if you’re an adult with ADHD, accomplishing your goals for the new year can be even more difficult and frustrating. This new year, we’ve put together some tips for setting goals that will help […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Sandy Maynard It’s easy enough to make a New Year’s resolution – following through for the rest of the year is the challenge for most adults with attention deficit disorder (ADHD). My best advice: Don’t impose a time frame on change. Waiting until January 1st is just an acceptable form of procrastination, which most […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Eileen Bailey The first week of the New Year has come and gone. Did you make a resolution? If so, have you made it this far or given up? If you have given up, you have plenty of company. Last year, I wrote about Dr. John Norcross’ research. He found that almost one-half of […]Continue Reading... No Comments.