How to Ramp Up Your Social Intelligence When You Have ADHD

Social Intelligence is the measure of how well you get along with others, right? After some research, I discovered it’s more than just that. It involves both self and social awareness, which can be challenging for …

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Growing Up as the Non-ADHD Kid

“Growing up as the non-ADHD kid in a family with ADHD sounds like a challenge. It was, but not for the reasons you’d think.”   Below, is an excerpt from an article published in ADDitude …

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ADHD : Not a Label

Have you ever had your assumptions challenged? As a coach, it’s my job to do just that for my clients all of the time but having someone else help me create a massive mind shift …

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If You’re Wondering, “How Can I Help My Loved One with ADHD Stay on Track?” This May Help.

There are a lot of reasons that someone with ADHD may not be doing the things you think they should be doing or in the way you think they should be doing them. Now, if …

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NEURODIVERSITY

Neurodiversity is the concept of embracing the differences in the way each of our brains are wired. John Elder Robison, author of Look Me In The Eye: My Life With Asperger’s, wrote an article for …

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ATTENTION

Individuals with ADHD do have a noticeably different way of attending than do people who haven’t the diagnosis. I guess, to some who do not understand ADHD, it may seem that the inattentive type, especially, …

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CLEANING

Cleaning is one of those activities that can utterly bring an otherwise motivated busy individual to a complete standstill. I become completely paralyzed when tasked with the demonic CHORE of cleaning my house and I …

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“Be realistic about how long it takes to do something.”

This is strange advice, isn’t it? Who sets out to be unrealistic? Imagine: “Honey, I’m going for groceries, I’ll be back in 4 hours.”

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