like a lightbulb

How is an ADHD’er Like a Lightbulb?

How is an ADHD’er like a light bulb? Not a joke, I have a point, just hang on with me here. As some of you know, I have gone through DBT therapy, individually and in …

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ADHD Christmas Special

Kelly’s ADHD Christmas Special – Celebrating Suess Style

“The following ADHD Christmas Special was originally published in the blog, Man of DistrAction on Psych Central on December 28th, 2012, under the name “The ADHD Holiday Special – with sincere apologies to Dr. Seuss” …

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5 Things You’ll Never Understand About ADHD Unless You Have It

5 Things You’ll Never Understand About ADHD (Unless You Have It)

You’ll Never Understand Our friend Shawn has some things he’d like to explain to those of you who don’t have ADHD. But as he says, if you don’t have it, you’ll never understand. “So why …

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‘Embrace Your Weirdness’ and Other Things To Tell Your Children

Occasionally I have great ideas! And here’s one of them. These are things to tell your children about ADHD, things I wish my offspring understood, not only about their ADHD, but their other mental health …

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I Have ADHD, There It Is

I Have ADHD, There It Is

Hi. My name is Andrew, and I have ADHD. It’s not something I’ve always been comfortable saying nor always been willing to admit. But there it is. I’d like to take you on the journey …

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Radical Acceptance and ADHD

ADHD Coach, Diann Wingert, shares with us her journey of self-discovery, which includes meditation, CBT, DBT, radical acceptance and ADHD. She describes herself as a triple threat:  psychotherapist, coach, and mother of 3 kids with …

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If I Could

If I Could Help It …

We’ve all been there. We’ve all experienced those people who feel that the cure for ADHD (and many other cognitive and mental health issues) is “Just don’t be that way!” And while those people are …

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ADHD Anxieties

Are You Anxious About Your ADHD Anxieties?

Are you anxious about your ADHD anxieties? If so, you are not alone. Listen as Dr Doug Puryear joins me to discuss anxiety and what to do about it. Doug is a psychiatrist who diagnosed …

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Struggling with Fatherhood

ADHD and Wrestling with Fatherhood

Wrestling with fatherhood? Often, men don’t know what their love and passion for their kids should look like. Matt Woodrum wants to help with that. After a challenging early beginning in life, Matt was adopted …

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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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