Internal Dialogue

Shake Hands With Internal Dialogue

I have to admit … there are times when racing thoughts and internal dialogue have been so loud that they could have been voices in my head. Over the weekend I watched “The Devil’s Candy” …

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Sibling Rivalry

How Do You Deal with Sibling Rivalry?

Sibling Rivalry I am no parenting expert. I operate on instinct only. In these posts I’m sharing what I’ve learned from my own experiences but am always open to friendly advice from others, because dealing …

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First Realization

Something’s Wrong

First Realization I wonder sometimes, when was my first realization there’s something wrong with me? Could it have been when I was 6 or 7 and my parents brought me to that weird doctor’s office …

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Homework

An ADHD Mom’s Dirty Homework Secret

Homework Continuing on from my last post, being an ADHD mum with an ADHD child, I want to say that homework seems to be my biggest parenting grey area. The word homework makes me want …

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ADHD Pet Peeves

Pet Peeves

Since I have ADHD, I’m irritable. That’s one of the common symptoms. And since I’m irritable, I have a lot of pet peeves. A lot of them. 1. One of my favorites is on the …

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know when

Know When to Give Up!

There are many people in this world who have unstoppable wills and a ‘never say die’ mindset about everything they do. I don’t particularly enjoy being around them, but I don’t judge them for being …

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ADHD Mom Managing ADHD Child

ADHD Mom Managing an ADHD Child

Managing An ADHD Child When I took my son to a clinical psyche to finally get a diagnosis, after many failed attempts at answers through natural therapies, the psyche took one look at me and …

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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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Non-ADHD Kid

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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label

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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