Please join me at the final ADHD seminar of the Monthly Series Sponsored byMalaprop’s Bookstore. People often ask how to treat ADHD medication. Mindfulness offers a wonderful opportunity to self-manage your ADHD. Most of who struggle with ADHD will experience some level of forgetfulness, distractions, day dreaming, impulsivity and other issues that can interfere with […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Daily Mindfulness Practices for ADHD
By Ronnie Koenig When your partner has attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, it can feel like he is not carrying his share of the load in the relationship and family life. ADHD sufferers often have trouble listening. They may interrupt their partners, forget to keep promises, behave impulsively, be subject to severe mood swings and lack […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Article by Eileen Baily, ADHD Central.com What did you forget today? Over the years I have received emails from many adults with ADHD. One recurring theme in these emails is how difficult the symptom of forgetfulness is. Of all the different ADHD symptoms, this, according to one woman, is the worst. Her forgetfulness has labeled […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The following article was published in the NY Times on July 19, 2010 and forwarded to me by one of my ADHD Success readers. The toll of ADHD on marriage and relationships can be overwhelming. Does this sound familiar? ~CoachRudy Attention Disorders Can Take a Toll on Marriage by Tara Parker-Pope Does your husband or […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
(HealthDay News) — Adults with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) miss, on average, more than three weeks a year in workplace productivity, according to a new global reckoning of the problem. Altogether, between 3 percent and 4 percent of adults worldwide have ADHD, according to survey data from the World Health Organization (WHO). Researchers say […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Warning signs for attention deficit disorder. By PsychologyToday.com We all have garden-variety memory lapses. Where are my eyeglasses? Did I turn off the stove? But the adult with ADHD is a special case. Over and over, he leaves his wallet at the store, she forgets he son’s basketball game, he can’t finish projects at work, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.