By Bridget Read I’m not in therapy right now, but my twin sister is, and sometimes I ask her for insights. Your twin should be able to be your therapy plus-one, I say. The other day, she missed an appointment for no discernible reason. She had been doing some law school work on her computer, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Are You Time Blind? 12 Ways to Use Every Hour Effectively By Ari Tuckman PYS.D., MBA Staying aware of time and using it well — these are basic keys to success, whether you’re a fifth grader or the vice president of sales. But, as anyone with ADHD knows, it’s hard to realize when you’re wasting […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Lori Newman Traveling is a challenge if you’re an ADHD adult. But it doesn’t have to be. These tips from top ADHD coaches will make your trip a pleasure, not a pain… Do you travel a lot for business? Is your annual 2-week vacation coming up? Or are you going on the adventure […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
by Tamara Rosier, Ph.D. Adults with ADHD have a peculiar relationship with time, often investing it frivolously or ineffectively. Many of us feel anxiety, guilt, or self-loathing when we think about how we use our days, resulting in more wasted energy and time. Routine tasks, like laundry and paying the bills, frustrate us. When we […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Terry Matlen Ah, mornings. Remember the days of slow-roasted coffee over an outstretched Sports page? Or a stationary bike ride with Matt Lauer and Al Roker? As any parent of a child with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD) knows, the leisurely morning is gone forever. From now on, we are perpetually trying to beat […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Posted on AUGUST 14, 2014 Written by JACQUELINE SINFIELD Have you noticed how time is a bit of a trickster? It can whiz by so fast that you wish it had breaks, or it plods along incredibly slowly; leaving you bored and restless. Ironically, time perception doesn’t run like clockwork. It changes and is distorted by situations, emotions […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Article by William Dodson, M.D. Most people are neurologically equipped to determine what’s important and get motivated to do it, even when it doesn’t interest them. Then there are the rest of us, who have attention deficit. ADHD is a confusing, contradictory, inconsistent, and frustrating condition. It is overwhelming to people who live with it every […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Secrets of the ADHD Brain