Darker Side

The Darker Side of ADHD with A Man of Distraction

Kelly Babcock, Psych Central’s Man of Distraction, shares the darker side of ADHD including the need for instant gratification and poor decision making.   He explains that before he was diagnosed in his 50’s, he …

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Your ADHD Child

5 Action Steps to Help Your ADHD Child

Sometimes you may not be exactly sure how to best help your ADHD child with their schooling. Seth Perler gives us 5 specific action steps to take.   Seth is an Executive Function Coach based …

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Procrastination

Procrastination in ADHD, It’s Not Your Fault

Today, I’m sharing an article I wrote about procrastination because being a symptom of ADHD means it’s not your fault.   I also share 2 tips, so be sure and listen to episode 172 on iTunes.   …

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Executive Functions and Organization in ADHD

What are Executive Functions? To help explain why someone with ADHD often struggles with organization, it is easiest to look to the construct of executive functions, developed by Dr. Thomas Brown of Smart but Stuck: …

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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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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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