Tag Archives: Laurie Dupar

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 »

Adult ADHD: Getting a Handle on the Holiday Havoc

ADHD Strategies    December 1, 2015

I can’t help looking at my calendar during December and notice that familiar pressure as the holidays approach. A lot of the holidays are not very ADD-friendly. It seems there are more deadlines to be met, expectations to reach, and a lot more chaos to filter out. Even still, there are many things I truly enjoy about … read more »


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