Is ADHD good or bad? Friend or foe? Blessing or curse? A Gift or a disability? I was surprised to find this question inspires a lot of controversy in the ADHD realm. In case you aren’t familiar, ADHD is classified as a disability–one that’s protected under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Although some are still […]
I wasn’t diagnosed with ADHD until I was 28 years old. Off and on throughout the years, I’d had passing thoughts and a few people ask if I had ADHD but ultimately I really had no clue. Looking back though, I realize that these things [could or should have] alerted me. But in true ADHD […]
“I can’t meditate.” I can’t tell you how many times I hear this, read this, see this…especially from ADHDers. When meditation is one of the top 3 strategies for managing ADHD besides medication, what’s a girl to do? HAHAHA lucky for you, I’ve got some good info for you. And, as always, totally willing to […]
Perfectionism is a problem for ADHDers and non-ADHDers alike. Find out how to conquer it.
This post contains affiliate links. It’s the pinnacle of the ADHD symptom trifecta for most adult ADHDers: Inattention. Translation: Mental Overwhelm due to the 50,000 open mental tabs that keep opening randomly, leading to difficulty getting anything accomplished, paying attention to the little things like driving between the ditches, and zoning out in the […]
This Post Contains Affiliate Links. Here’s How to Manage Your ADHD with Behavior Strategies Whether you’ve been diagnosed with ADHD, think that’s what’s going on for you, or you have another issue with similar challenges, the symptoms can be overwhelming and medication, though helpful, isn’t a cure. For me, there’s been a gap between the […]