Monthly Archives: June 2015

The Care and Breeding of Perfection-Guest Blogger Rachel Dale Howard

Adults with ADHD    June 30, 2015

“I don’t want to be perfect, I just want to be really good at something”. D.T., 13 year old teenage male Me too. We are conditioned to lean toward perfection.  There’s the old adage “if you are going to do it, then do it right”.  It’s not that big a leap to go from “do it … read more »

Summer Learning is Crucial by Cheryl Gedzelman

ADHD in Children, ADHD Resources, Uncategorized    June 30, 2015

  Did you know that taking a full break from academics in the summer can result in two to three months of learning loss? This is especially true for students with learning disabilities and ADHD. Therefore, while students certainly need and deserve a break from school in the summer, they must also try to keep up … read more »

You Are Not the Boss of Me … or Are You? How to Shift the “Attitude” and Have More Fun In Your Job ~ Guest Blogger Shell Mendelson

In my twenties I worked for a big corporation as a legal secretary. Now imagine an off-the-chart ADDer doing this job in the first place. After being shuffled around the legal department to various attorneys who the company thought I could work with, I ended up with a woman attorney who was three years my senior. … read more »