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Million-Miles-a-Minute with ADHD

Artist, Musician, Writer, Humorist, Audio Tech/Engineer; join me with “Million-Miles-a-Minute” Charles Newby of Charles at Large on YouTube.   Father, husband, age 32. Born and raised in the beautiful Chattanooga Valley in Tennessee.   First, …

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Interests, Hobbies, Careers with ADHD

Interests, hobbies, careers, they aren’t always the same things when you have ADHD. Listen as Alex Hofeldt shares his challenge in finding his way to success.   It’s not easy to decide on a direction when your …

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Being True to Yourself Is Key With ADHD

Being True to Yourself is Key With ADHD

Being true to yourself is key with ADHD; yet, it can seem tricky when being yourself means being various things at various times.   Today, we’re catching up with Brookley Wofford. Listen to her on …

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Tapping into What Makes You Tick

Guess what’s one of the things that most frustrates someone without ADHD about their loved one with it? The fact that something deemed as important is not usually enough to get them into action. I’m not …

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Attention, Interest, and Influence

Did you know there’s a connection between what interests you versus what captures your attention and whether or not you will become influenced by interest or influence via attention? I know it seems like a …

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Discover What’s Interesting About Attention in ADHD

One thing most people with ADHD can agree upon is that ADHD is not so much about not paying enough attention to something but rather too much attention…to everything! Why is that? Well, for starters, …

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With ADHD, Clarity May Seem Elusive

clarity [klar-i-tee] Spell Syllables noun 1. Clearness or lucidity as to perception or understanding; freedom from indistinctness or ambiguity. (dictionary.reference.com)   Having a set, clear, focus about what we’re doing isn’t as easy as it sounds. …

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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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