Tag Archives: Adults with ADHD

Myths About Being a Strong Person with ADHD

ADHD Awareness, ADHD Strategies, Adults with ADHD    June 30, 2016

Recently, many of you in my ADHD tribe were with me when I rushed to my son’s side as he recovered from a very serious car crash.  For 10 days I alternated between sitting next to his hospital bed holding his restrained hands, watching as fluid dripped into his body and slept in his hospital room … read more »

Minimizing Your Symptoms of ADD: Which Comes First…Exercise, Diet or Sleep?

ADHD Strategies    June 10, 2014

Which is more important to help manage your symptoms of ADD…exercise, diet or sleep? Ideally we are fueling our bodies with nutritious food, moving our bodies with regular exercise and getting the consistent sleep we need to feel rested, alert and focused to decrease our symptoms of ADD. But reality is…we are missing at least one, … read more »

Happiness and ADHD

Recently I’ve noticed that being “happy” or striving for “happiness” is a major topic of many conversations. We seem to live in a world where we are inundated by information about being happy. Pursuing it could literally be a full time job! Being someone who has struggled with depression, it has made me wonder what would … read more »


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