Tag Archives: ADHD challenges

Typing on Stilts and Other Things We with ADHD Tolerate

Adults with ADHD    March 2, 2016

This past month I made a big mistake. During a routine manicure, I impulsively had the technician apply acrylic nails. You know, those long unbreakable nails that seem so elegant on someone else? Well, ever since, it’s like I have been typing on stilts.  It’s amazing how an additional ½ inch at the end of your … read more »

My Five New Year’s ADHD Revolutions

ADHD Awareness    January 6, 2016

  When I sat down to write my New Year’s resolutions, I was instantly bored. But then I accidentally typed: “New Year’s Revolutions 2016.”  I saw the typo, started to correct it, then stopped. The clumsiness of my fingers had actually created a much better title; one that excited me. I really did want to write … read more »

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 »


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