Monthly Archives: April 2015

Are You an Ambivert?

Adults with ADHD    April 26, 2015

Are you an ambivert? Sounds like some sort of odd green, warted, mythical creature slithering out of the primordial muck, doesn’t it? Thank goodness it’s not…because I think I might be one. And you might be too. Let me explain… Ambivert is a term I recently stumbled across on the internet that gave me a completely … read more »

Wacky Ways Featured Contributor Patricia Corbett

ADHD Awareness Book Project, ADHD in Children    April 16, 2015

We are thrilled to introduce you to Patricia Corbett, one of our contributors to this year’s ADHD Awareness Book Project: Wacky Ways to Succeed with ADHD! Pat is a mother of two awesome young men in their 20’s (both with alphabet soup diagnoses including ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder) and is a cat person. With Masters … read more »

The Most Powerful Tool You Have But Are Not Using by Carlene Bauwens

ADHD Strategies    April 16, 2015

The following Guest Blog was written by Carlene Bauwens, a contributor to the ADHD Awareness Book Project: Wacky Ways to Succeed with ADHD. You have the best of intentions. You try. You don’t know what keeps getting in your way. You just can’t do it. You feel like a failure. So you tell yourself you are … read more »