By Tyler Tervooren Self-doubt is a special kind of hell. A small failure makes you question yourself and your abilities and, next thing you know, you feel like you aren’t good enough or smart enough to do anything. And that’s about the time you stop trying. We’ve all been there but, not everyone handles it the same […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
BY ARI TUCKMAN, PSY.D., MBA How to Raise Your Self-Esteem In case you haven’t noticed, none of us is perfect. But adults with attention deficit disorder (ADHD or ADD) struggle more than most in getting through life — and their self-esteem may take a beating for it. What if you could turn those negative emotions around and feel […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Dr. Rene Hernandez-Cardenach, PSY.D., M.S. ED. Given our busy lives comprised of many daily demands, it is not surprising to hear people uttering, “I am sorry; I got distracted and forgot my appointment.” However, such daily occurrences do not necessarily mean that you have an attention problem – such as attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, otherwise […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Angela Horn Missing out on a good night’s shut eye is enough to make anyone grumpy. We all want to wake up feeling well rested and ready for the day, but that doesn’t always happen. There are numerous common sleep problems that could keep you up at night. Some, like staying up too late […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By William Dodson, M.D. The textbook symptoms of ADD — inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity — fail to reflect several of its most powerful characteristics; the ones that shape your perceptions, emotions, and motivation. Here, Dr. William Dodson explains how to recognize and manage ADHD’s true defining features. The problem: These criteria only describe how ADHD […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
WebMD Sometimes it can feel like attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) hijacks your conversations. Maybe you interrupt people without thinking about it. Or you don’t pay close attention and miss important details, like where you’re supposed to meet friends. This is because people with ADHD often have issues with executive function. That’s kind of like […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Elaine Atwell When I was eight years old, I was diagnosed with severe ADHD. I was a pretty classic case: painfully disorganized and distractible, a gifted student in subjects that captured my attention, and an abysmal student in everything else. While my ADHD has changed in the 20 years since my diagnosis (I no […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Stefan Taylor I’ve made a lot of mistakes in my life. But, one thing I’m proud of is that I’ve always somehow known that autonomy equals happiness. For example, I started a freelance copywriting agency straight out of college, because I wanted to have control over my time, rather than do the whole corporate […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Carina Wolff When most people thinking of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), they may picture someone who is fidgety or someone who gets easily distracted. But some people can have ADHD without even realizing it, and some of the signs of high-functioning ADHD can actually be surprising. The disorder can involve more than just […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Jeff Hamilton I’ve been an advocate of utilizing an ADD/ADHD Coach for years now. It’s been incredibly beneficial in my life and winning the battle against ADD. Too bad more people, with and without ADD don’t utilize the coaching process. The top athletes in the world have coaches, so do the majority of senior […]Continue Reading... No Comments.