ADHD

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Beyond Inattention and Hyperactivity: 
An expansion on ADHD traits

Discussing the symptoms and characteristics of ADHD,
beyond the stereotypes.

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Common ADHD Myths 

untrue things people need to stop thinking when they hear “ADHD”

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ADHD Professionals to Follow

…I’m not talking about “Experts on ADHD” or child psychologists.  This post is a list of successful adults with ADHD!  🙂

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20191018_151846_0000.pngOctober is ADHD Awareness Month,
and I’ve seen plenty of informational posts about the struggles of ADHD, usually worded in a way that is something like, “How to know if your child has ADHD.”
What I don’t see enough of is anyone talking about the fact that those kids with ADHD do grow up…
…to become–you guessed it–adults with ADHD…

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What is Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria?

What is Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria?

“Why are you crying? There’s nothing to be upset about!”
You may be used to hearing some variation of this if you have ADHD.  And if you are, don’t worry–there is  a reason for it.
If you’re a friend, teacher, coworker, or family member of someone with ADHD, and you’re wondering why they’re so damn sensitive, read on…
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A Step-by-Step Guide to Getting Things Done with ADHD
Step 1 – Identify the task you plan to do. For this example, I’ll say I’m going to sort that large, disorganized pile of papers.
Step 2 – Decide when is the appropriate time to do the task. I choose during naptime, so it’ll be quiet and I can focus.
Step 3 – Go about the rest of the morning as usual.
Step 4 – The baby is down for a nap. Time to get to work!
Step 5 – Try to remember what I was about to do. What was I about to do?
Step 6 – Look for to-do list . . . [read more]

 


 

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Why did it take me so long to text you back?

“If you’ve ever texted me and then, when you finally received a reply hours later, breathed a sigh of relief knowing that I didn’t die, this post is for you!
I’m kidding. I know that was a major over-exaggeration, but I’ve heard my share of complaints about my texting-back speed.
To that, first: a gentle reminder that the entire point of texting instead of calling is that what you need to communicate is not an emergency and you’re prepared to wait for the recipient of your text message to get to it on his or her own time.
Second: a list of very real reasons I’ve waited to respond or didn’t respond to texts, in case anyone wants to know: . . .” [read more]

 


 

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