by Sandy Maynard, Michele Novotni, Ph.D., and the ADDitude editors You have a big project coming up. But it seems overwhelming, and like many ADHDers, you’ve been putting off getting started for days, or even months. Knowing that others see failure to complete projects on time as a sign of disrespect, incompetence, or even laziness fuels your […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
There are many possible reasons for putting off until tomorrow what you intended to do today. It is only once you know why you are doing it that you can figure out what to do about it. Reason Solution You need more information to do the job right. Replace what’s currently on […]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.
For adults with ADHD, procrastination, poor planning and poor focus can easily add to a stressful holiday.Continue Reading... No Comments.
While the Americans with Disabilities Act protects employees with AD/HD from discrimination in most job settings, the disorder can lead to problems in the workplace. Blurting out inappropriately can compromise the ambience and energy of a work team or relationship with a boss. Disorganization can cause friction between team members. Lost items and missed meetings […]Continue Reading... No Comments.